Washington: A new research from Brigham and Women`s Hospital has found that some beverages may be more helpful than others when it comes to preventing recurrent kidney stones.The researchers report that the consumption of sugar sweetened soda and punch is associated with a higher risk of stone formation."Our study found that the relation between fluid intake and kidney stones may be dependent on the type of beverage consumed," explained Gary Curhan, MD, ScD, a physician in the Channing Division of Network Medicine at BWH and senior author of this study."We found that higher consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks was associated with a higher incidence of kidney stones," Curhan asserted.
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