-Dr.Dianne McCallister, Chief Medical Officer at Centura's Porter Adventist Hospital
Before you pick up your energy drink or your soda, you may want to listen to the news from a new study from the Harvard School of Public health. Researchers linked 180,000 deaths around the world to the consumption of sugary beverages .
There are studies from the Centers for Disease Control that link increased sugar drink intake increases to the increase in obesity in our country. Other studies on heart disease show a link between more sugary drinks and more heart disease.
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