Research has shown that drinking a can of fizzy drink on a daily basis could increase the risk of kidney stones by almost a quarter. This was found to not only to be true of fizzy drinks, but also of sugar sweetened non-cola drinks such as punch.
Other beverages such as coffee, tea and orange juice on the other hand were associated with a lower risk of stone formation. This information is considered valuable as it will help general practitioners implement better strategies to reduce stone formation in their patients.
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