Category: Soda

Harm Caused by Soda

The science is clear. Kids and adults who drink sodas tend to be heavier and have a higher prevalence of obesity, type 2 diabetes, and tooth decay. The evidence is overwhelming–study after study after study. meta-analysis...

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Cola And Cancer Risks

Every day more than half of Americans between the ages of 6 and 64 usually drink soda in amounts that could increase their risk of cancer.  That’s according to an analysis of national soda consumption by Consumer Reports...

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The Buzz On Beverages

Alcoholic beverages and sodas are among the top sources of calories in the U.S., yet they don’t satisfy your hunger or offer much in the way of nutrition. One 12-ounce can of regular soda has about 150 calories. The same...

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Soda and Uterine Cancer

Sodas and other sugar-sweetened beverages may raise the risk of cancer of the endometrium (the lining of the uterus) Researchers tracked 23,000 postmenopausal women in the Iowa Women’s Health Study for 24 years Those who...

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Diet Soda & Sweets

Do diet sodas foster a sweet tooth? To find out, scientists examined the diets of roughly 200 overweight or obese men and women who were asked to replace two daily servings of sugar-sweetened beverages with either diet drinks or...

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Soda

After half a century of increasing consumption, it’s heartening to see a 24 percent decline since 1998. That puts us back to where we were in about 1980. Regular Pepsi is down 39 percent since 1998, and Coke is down 23...

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