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Five Soft Drinks A Week Can Lead To More Teenage Violence
2011-10-25 11:36:47

A new study suggests that teens who drink more than five cans of soft drinks a week are significantly more likely to behave aggressively. The researchers studied 1,878 teens from 22 public schools in Boston, Massachusetts who were part of the Boston Youth Survey. The teens were asked how many carbonated non-diet soft drinks they had drank over the past seven days. The team then divided the responses up into two groups, those drinking up to four cans over the preceding week and those...

2008-07-01 09:01:02

Coca-Cola is set to launch a range of coffee energy drinks under the Full Throttle energy drinks brand in the US in August 2008. The drinks are said to combine the taste of coffee with the intensity of an energy drink, representing another example of how manufacturers are maximizing the appeal of energy drinks by combining energy-boosting ingredients with hedonistic flavors. Coca-Cola, the world's largest soft drinks company, has announced the launch of a range of coffee energy drinks under...

2008-01-31 12:00:53

Minute Maid North America's two new offerings, Pomegranate flavored Tea and Minute Maid natural Pomegranate Lemonade, address the growing consumer demand for products that satisfy health and wellness needs. In a soft drinks market in which sales of traditional staples are suffering at the hands of consumer interest in "better-for-you" products, Coca-Cola's move seems a wise one. Minute Maid's new flavor offerings join a portfolio that already includes a pomegranate and blueberry-flavored...

2005-07-13 09:18:59

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. consumer group on Wednesday called for cigarette-style warnings on soft drinks to alert consumers that too much of the sugary beverages can make them fat and cause other health problems. People who overindulge in soft drinks are also more likely to develop diabetes and have decaying teeth, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) said in a petition to the Food and Drug Administration. The warnings are especially necessary to help counter the...

2005-07-13 09:15:44

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. consumer group on Wednesday called for cigarette-style warnings on soft drinks to alert consumers that too much of the sugary beverages can make them fat and cause other health problems. People who overindulge in soft drinks are also more likely to develop diabetes and have decaying teeth, the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) said in a petition to the Food and Drug Administration. The warnings are especially necessary to help counter the...


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