Consuming Sugary Drinks May Increase Risk For Alzheimer’s Disease, Research Suggests
Newsweek (7/24, Gander) reports that new research suggests “drinking sugary soda could raise the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.” The article reports that “scientists at Columbia University of New York studied rates of Alzheimer’s disease in older people and found a link between sugary drinks and the neurodegenerative condition,” although “more research is needed to prove whether Alzheimer’s is caused by these drinks.” The findings were presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2018.
Another drink wreaking havoc on teeth is sparkling water like LaCroix. We are finding higher incidents of cavities in adults who sip these drinks all day. We would love to discuss your daily soda/sparkling water habits to make sure you don’t get into any trouble- ask us at your next visit and lets discuss!