Dr. Steve: Study links soda to heart failure

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Next time you reach for that cup of soda or iced tea – you may want to go for water instead.

A new study finds that two sweetened drinks a day can increase your risk for heart failure.

Researchers in Sweden only tested men but say the same findings likely appear in women.

Dr. Steve breaks down the study.

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