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Does drinking carbonated beverages harm bones or teeth?

October 3, 2005

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The carbonation per se isn't bad. But fizzy soft drinks can give you gas and heartburn, and the sugar in non-diet drinks adds useless calories and can give you cavities. You'd be better off drinking a glass or two of bone-enhancing, low-fat milk, instead. (Full article: 307 words)

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