- Orders of marijuana-infused sodas to pot retail stores in Washington State were recalled after a few exploded due to an imbalance of yeast inside them.
- Sugar-sweetened drinks, such as soda and juices, could increase the risk of developing uterine cancer in postmenopausal women.
- Star athletes are chugging soda and guzzling Gatorade for millions of dollars. Are kids at risk?
Drinking Artificially Sweetened Carbonated Drinks 'Leaves Sweet Taste Indistinguishable From Normal Drinks'People who drank carbonated diet drinks tended to feel satisfied with their sugar intake sooner than those who drank regular sugary carbonated drinks.
- Five-year-old children who drink more than four sodas a day already risk obesity, but according to a new study, they also risk behavioral problems such as aggression and withdrawal.
- Drinking artificially sweetened beverages, especially low-fat diet drinks can increase a person's risk of depression.
- Drinking just one normal-sized soft drink a day significantly increases a man's risk of developing more aggressive forms of prostate cancer.
- If you want to lose weight but can’t see yourself giving up soda, Pepsi believes that it has just the thing.
- A new study has found that a daily soft drink can increase risk for stroke by up to 80 percent.
Coca-Cola Claims Its New 'Beauty Drink' Will Improve Your Hair, Nails and Skin and Help You Lose WeightCoca-Cola is partnering with French drug manufacturer Sanofi to launch a new line of "beauty drinks" which the beverage company claims will help consumers lose weight and provide other well-being benefits.
- Anyone who's ever had to write a boring term paper, keep to a diet in the face of a difficult day and a plate of some comfort food, or quit smoking knows that self-control is difficult to maintain.
- Two small California cities are the latest battlegrounds in the $111 billion U.S. soda industry's fight to defend a near-perfect record of defeating proposed taxes on sugary drinks.