Can sugary drinks increase the risk of heart disease?

Dr. Robin Miller, MD
Internal Medicine

Sugary drinks can increase the risk of heart disease -- and it doesn't take many swigs of soda or other sweet beverage for it to happen. Find out more about how sugary drinks can increase heart disease risk by watching this video featuring Dr. Robin Miller.


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