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By Rob Waters, Kaiser Health News
In Mexico, over 70 percent of citizens are overweight or obese and 14 percent of Mexican adults now suffer from diabetes, though half of those affected aren't even aware they have the disease. Special correspondent Fred de Sam Lazaro reports…
By PBS NewsHour
Coca-Cola, the world's largest producer of sugary beverages, had been a partner and sponsor of the American Academy of Pediatrics. But the Academy is now ending its relationship after revelations that the company has paid for scientific research playing down…
The brown coloring in your soda may be linked to increased cancer risk, according to a new study.
By Anna Sillers
As a vote on whether to raise the tax on sodas, teas, energy drinks and any others that contain added sugar sold in San Francisco draws near, advocates for the beverage industry and public health arena weigh in on how…
By Nora Daly
Do lawmakers have a right to regulate consumption of products that contribute to the nation's obesity epidemic?…
The world's largest soda manufacturers have pledged to reduce the number of calories in sugary drinks by 20 percent over the next decade. Judy Woodruff interviews PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi and Dr. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, president and CEO of Robert Wood…
By Jason Kane
Calorie counters beware: That diet soda and your own stomach may be conspiring against you. A study published Wednesday in the journal Nature suggests that consuming artificial sweeteners may increase the risk of elevated blood sugar levels.
By Lorna Baldwin
New York's highest court ruled Thursday not to reinstate a ban on big sodas.
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