Drinking at least three cans of cola a week- even diet cola – may lower hipbone density in women. And drinking more cola may lower bone density further. Bone density wasn’t linked to colas in men. And women who drank other soft drinks had no lower bone density. However, it’s possible that the researchers saw no link because fewer women in the study drank non-colas.
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