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4 Health Hazards of Drinking Artificially Sweetened Soda: From Diabetes to Mental Health
We've all heard it from healthcare professionals, fitness advisors, or on TV: sugar is bad for you. Whether it's weight gain, tooth decay, or the risk of diabetes, we know ...
January 4, 2020
Robert Jay Watson
Why Won’t People Drink Milk Ask Desperate Marketers
Selling milk looks easy and even fun when you see the "Got Milk" celebrity mustache ads. It's neither. ...
July 2, 2015
Do Sugary Drinks Make You Get the Munchies?
A new study shows soft drinks flavored with a specific type of sugar will lead you to crave ...
May 8, 2015
Pepsi Thinks Its New Cola Formula Is the Magical Mix for the Hispanic Market
Pepsi is vying for Hispanic Americans' buying power: worth $1.3 trillion.
April 24, 2015
How 8 Industries Have Swayed Science at the Expense of Public Health
It can take a lot of money to carry out a careful study. The influence of corporate funding ...
June 14, 2014
New York Passes Large Sugary Drink Ban
In six months, large sugary drinks will be banned from sale at establishments such as restaurants, movie theaters, ...
September 13, 2012
Exploring NYC’s Proposed Large Sugary Drink Ban
Three experts with Cornell University examined the proposed ban on sugary drinks larger than 16 ounces Thursday, preceding ...
July 19, 2012
Backlash Against Soda Ban Loses Momentum
A small crowd gathered at the “Million Big Gulp March” at City Hall Park Monday to protest Mayor ...
July 9, 2012
US Should View Soda Similar to Tobacco, Cancer Group Says
A top U.S. cancer lobbying and health organization called on health officials to conduct a study that shows ...
July 4, 2012
51 Percent Oppose Large Sugary Drink Ban: Survey
A slight majority of pollsters oppose Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s proposed ban of large sugary drinks in city restaurants.
June 13, 2012
Conservative Black Leaders Call Attacks on New Georgia Voting Reform Law ‘Misinformation’
China Presses Foreign Governments, Companies to Disregard Human Rights: US Report
Mask Mandates for Children Mostly Harmful: Professor of Medicine
Democrats Demand Justice Barrett Recuse Herself From Campaign Donations Case
Judge Grants Meng Wanzhou’s Request to Delay Extradition Hearings
The Canadian Press
FDA Examination Finds Substandard Conditions at Contractor’s Plant for J&J Vaccine Production
US Lawmakers Back $100 Billion Science Push to Compete With China
US Lawmakers Intensify Bipartisan Efforts to Counter China
South Dakota’s Noem Bans Vaccine Passports
China-Linked Hackers Used VPN Flaw to Target US Defense Industry: Researchers