Artificial sweetener linked to heart attacks, blood clots and strokes
A new study has linked erythritol — a key ingredient in some artificial sweeteners — to increased risk of blood clots, heart attacks and strokes. USA Today health reporter Karen Weintraub joins John Dickerson to discuss.
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