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According to a study published in BMJ Medicine, consuming sugar-free caffeinated beverages may help to reduce the risk of developing obesity and type 2 diabetes due to the metabolism boosting effects. The researchers state that more studies are needed.
American researchers have found that in children, the risk of developing hypertension in 5 years can be increased by up to 26% by being within the high end of the ‘normal weight’ range for their age. The study is published in JAMA Network Open.