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Diet drinks linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks

UW School of Public Health

A study says diet drinks such as Diet Coke and diet fruit juice, are linked to an increase risk for stroke, and are particularly associate with blood clots of the small arteries. The new study was co-authored by Shirley Beresford, a senior associate dean, professor of epidemiology and core faculty in nutritional sciences at UW.

February 14, 2019