Carbonated drinks may increase the risk of heart attack or stroke, according to researchers. This should not be a surprise since humans rarely carbonated beverages were taken until a century or so ago. Not part of our natural diet.
Fizzy drinks may be linked to an increased risk of heart attacks, researchers say.
They say that high consumption of soft drinks can lead to a higher rate of heart disease and stroke.
Japanese scientists looked at the drinking habits of 800,000 patients who had to be resuscitated after having a cardiac arrest outside the hospital for a period of six years. Read more