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www.mdanderson.org/publications/focused-on-health/october-2014/does-diet-soda-cause-cancer.html

Can diet soda impact your cancer risk? ... Disrupting these processes could cause your body to store fat instead of burning it, and may increase your risks for  ...

beatcancer.org/blog-posts/the-truth-about-diet-soda-and-cancer

Aug 11, 2016 ... Diet soda affects your gut, brain, and risk for cancer. ... Diet beverages can alter a person's appetite control mechanisms, causing increased ...

www.cancer.org/cancer/cancer-causes/aspartame.html

May 28, 2014 ... They do not cause health problems in most people. ... A 12 ounce can of diet soda usually contains about 192 milligrams of aspartame and a ...

www.foxnews.com/health/2015/04/22/dispelling-3-diet-soda-myths.html

Apr 22, 2015 ... “When you do not carefully control for all parameters— age, sex, history of diabetes, and so on— ... Myth: Diet soda definitely causes cancer.

www.dailywire.com/news/12965/so-diet-coke-doesnt-cause-cancer-after-all-chase-stephens

Jan 30, 2017 ... But what didn't come from the FDA was the "mid-90s aspartame panic" linking it to cancer, multiple sclerosis or depression. That was from an ...

www.prevention.com/health/worst-diet-sodas

Aug 12, 2015 ... The worst diet sodas you can drink and why you should stay away from ... a cancer-causing agent called 4-methylimidazole, or 4-MI, can form.

www.webmd.com/diet/news/20170505/diet-soda-health-risks

May 5, 2017 ... Do diet sodas cause health problems like stroke and dementia? Or do ... Do artificial sweeteners cause cancer or other health problems?

www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/diet/artificial-sweeteners-fact-sheet

Such products do not require FDA approval before being marketed. ... a substance can cause cancer) of these sweeteners have not provided clear evidence ... doses of aspartame (equivalent to drinking 8 to 2,083 cans of diet soda daily) (1).

www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/diet-soda/faq-20057855

Drinking a reasonable amount of diet soda a day, such as a can or two, isn't likely to hurt ... and there's no credible evidence that these ingredients cause cancer.