An eight-year-old girl died at a government hospital here and three children were being treated after they were indisposed soon after consuming a popular brand of soft drink, police said on Monday.
Young people consuming more than one can of soft drink daily are more likely to suffer from type 2 diabetes, heart disease or a stroke, a new study has claimed.
A new study has suggested that drinking one (or one extra) 12oz serving size of sugar-sweetened soft drink a day can be enough to increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes by 22 percent.
Men who drink fizzy drinks are not just ruining their teeth but could also be at risk of aggressive prostate cancer, the Daily Mail reported Tuesday.
Greater consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages could influence genetic vulnerability.
Islamabad police chief Bani Yamin said he had ordered an inquiry into the incident.
Natasha Harris, a 30-year-old, stay-at-home mother of eight from Invercargill, died of a heart attack in February 2010.
A lemon-lime soft drink could play an unexpected role in improving the effectiveness of an oral anticancer drug.
Soft drink could play an unexpected role in improving effectiveness of oral anticancer drug.
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