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Does drinking soda harm oral or heart health?

Some research has found that drinking soda is linked to  tooth decay in older and younger people. It has also been linked to obesity, which is also a risk factor for heart disease. Drinking soda or soft drinks is known to lead to obesity, and people who drink these beverages may be less likely to exercise. Better choices are milk, fruit juices, and water.

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