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Diet soda doesn't raise diabetes risk: study

Diet soda and other artificially-sweetened drinks - previously implicated in raising the chance of developing diabetes - are not guilty, suggests a new study from Harvard University researchers.Full story

Diet Coke passes Pepsi at No. 2 soda in the U.S.

Diet Coke has topped rival Pepsi-Cola for the first time to become the second-most popular soft drink in the U.S. behind Coca-Cola. Full story

Diet S.O.S: Ditching diet soda

  TODAY’s diet and nutrition expert Joy Bauer answers viewers’ questions about their diet dilemmas, including tips for limiting your diet soft drink consumption and for sticking to your diet during wedding season.

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Daily diet soda tied to higher heart attack risk

Dieting? Why you should ditch the diet soda

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  Study finds diet soda could cause heart problems

NBC's Tom Costello reports on new research that unmasks potential dangers associated with drinking diet soda.

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SAN FRANCISCO - JULY 24: A man drinks a bottle of Diet Coke before the start of the baseball game with the San Francisco Giants and the Atlanta Braves at AT&T Park July 24, 2007 in San Francisco, California. A study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association states that drinking die