BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - Doctors have a warning for those who drink soda pop - even if it's just one can or bottle a day.
There is more evidence that sugary soft drinks are linked to diabetes. A new report used information from 350,000 people in Europe and compared the amount of sugary soda and other beverages they drank with their likelihood of developing Type 2 diabetes.
The typical 12-ounce serving of soda has more than a hundred calories of sugar, and compared to those who drank the fewest sugary soft drinks - less than one a month, those who drank one serving a day or more had a 58 percent higher risk of developing diabetes.
People who drink that much sugary soda also tend to be overweight, and obese people are more likely to be diabetic, but when they accounted for that by factoring out the body mass index, the relationship between sugary drinks and diabetes was still significant.
That was similar to the results of a study done in the United States. Diabetes wasn't linked to fruit juices or artificially sweetened soft drinks.
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