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Diet Soft Drinks Reduce Female Fertility: Study

Women undergoing IVF treatment who regularly consume soda and other soft drinks could be reducing their chances of getting pregnant, a report has found. The study interviewed 524 women having IVF treatment to find out about the food and drink they consumed. The results showed a connection between low-calorie sweeteners, such as saccharin and sucralose, and reduced fertility rates.
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