Two cans of sugar-free fizzy drinks per day could increase a woman's risk of a heart attack or stroke by almost a third, according to a study.
Simple diet changes can help reduce it - in particular, you should avoid a certain drink.
One in seven of 11-15 year olds reported consuming energy drinks at least two to four times a week.
Campaign aimed at children and young adults seeks to curb rise in obesity and tooth decay.
Children are turning their backs on sugary drinks, with the numbers drinking them falling by a third over the past nine years, a survey suggests.
CHILDREN have eaten more sugar by the age of 10 than the maximum amount recommended for an 18-year-old, health chiefs will warn today.
'This hot drink has 130% of daily intake'. Christmas is a time for indulgence, but you might not realise just how much sugar you're consuming.
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