A new study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health has found that overweight and obese adults who drink diet beverages take in more food calories on average than their counterparts who drink the sugary stuff.
When it comes to enamel erosion of your teeth, diet soda is no better than regular ones, a new study has found.
Too much consumption of diet soda can damage teeth as badly as methamphetamine or crack cocaine, according to a new study.
Drinking sweetened beverages, especially diet drinks, is associated with an increased risk of depression in adults while drinking coffee is tied to a slightly lower risk, new research suggests.
Diet soda may benefit the waistline, but a new study suggests that people who drink it every day have a heightened risk of heart attack and stroke.
Study has claimed that fizzy drinks could actually raise risk of having a heart attack or stroke.
Drinking diet soda may raise odds of vascular events.
Too much diet soda can lead to decline in kidney function among women, say researchers.
Day in Pics: 25th November
Showbiz World - November 25, 2014