A new study suggests that diet drinks could boost your risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
The nine-year study shows people who had at least one diet soda each day were 60 percent more likely to have vascular events, like a heart attack or stroke, compared to those that drank no diet beverages.
Experts say it doesn't prove diet sodas lead to heart disease, just that more research is needed.
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