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Some Sodas Exceed Safe Limit for Potential Carcinogen Known as 'Caramel Coloring'
Warning: Drinking a full can of certain sodas, like Goya Malta or Pepsi One, exposes users to an extremely high dosage of 4-methylimidazole, or 4-MeI, a chemical and potential carc...
Drop the Can! 3 Soda Substitutes After Pop Linked to Aggression in Kids
Five-year-olds who consume four or more sodas daily are more than twice as likely to attack others, fight with them or destroy their property, according to findings from a study by...
Pop Goes the Waistline! A Daily Soda Puts Kids On the Obesity Train
Obesity among children barely of kindergarten age is on the rise, and researchers have linked their development of the disease to regular consumption of sugary drinks, reported CBS...
Complicit in Killing the Earth: Of Pepsi Challenges and Democrats and Republicans
A few months ago—right up until Election Day—many of our people messaged and pontificated like crazy to point out that there are serious and profound differences between the two po...
And the New Mountain Dew Flavor is ... Diabetes?
A crowdsourcing gimmick by PepsiCo to help pick a name for its forthcoming green apple-flavored soft drink has gone very wrong, with Internet pranksters pushing "Diabeetus" to the ...
USDA Study: Taxing or Increasing Cost of Sugary Beverages Can Lower Obesity Rates
A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, “ Measuring Weight Outcomes for Obesity Intervention Strategies: The Case of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages ,” has found that inc...
Will Bloomberg's Ban on Big Gulp Sodas in NYC Lower Obesity Rates?
In an effort to curb obesity rates, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban to limit the serving size of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages sold at delis, fa...
Can Drinking Soda Give You Cancer?
Yesterday, the U.S...
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