Diet mixers can make you more drunk than higher-calorie options
Will calorie counts on soda-vending machines help curb consumption of sugary drinks?
On Thursday the New York City Health Department became the first in the nation to ban the sale of sugared beverages larger than 16 oz. at restaurants, mobile food carts, sports arenas and movie theaters.
Nothing like a tall, cool drink in the heat of summer, right? Not if it’s a sugar-sweetened soda, and not if you’re in New York City.
A public-health advocacy group is on a mission to get caramel coloring banned from soda on the grounds that it may cause cancer.
Banning sugared beverages from schools will limit children’s access to calorie-laden sodas and sports drinks but will do little to lower their overall intake of the drinks, according to new research.
Many of us rely on a cup of coffee to kick-start our day (you’re welcome, Starbucks), and now new research suggests that our morning caffeine infusion may also help ward off depression over the long term, especially for women.
When it comes to keeping your weight down, a new study by Harvard researchers suggests that the quality of your food matters more than its calorie count.
Nearly half of all American children and teens are overweight or obese, according to government statistics, and a large part of the problem may be lack of access to healthy foods in kids’ environments.
Soda is not good for you. The high-calorie, sugary drinks have been linked to obesity and a host of other health problems.
How about a refreshing Canna Cola? A company based in Soquel, Calif., has created a new line of soda pot — or, marijuana soda — that it plans to launch in Colorado in February.