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As of June 2015, drinking diet soda may cause an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, reports the Harvard School of Public Health. However, more research is needed to prove a definite link. Diet sodas may also p... More »

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Side effects of drinking diet soda include kidney problems, metabolic syndrome, obesity, quicker intoxication (when mixed with alcohol), cell damage and damage to tooth enamel. The cans soft drinks come in are coated wit... More »

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Diet sodas, which typically are artificially sweetened, come with a host of harmful side effects, according to researchers. A study conducted at the University of Minnesota concluded that consuming just one diet soda per... More »

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