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A successful program that increased the number of fruits and vegetables eaten and decreased sugar-sweetened beverage consumption by 50 percent among Latino children had two secret weapons.
A new study in the journal Pediatrics has found that even 5-year-old children can experience weight problems when they regularly consume sugary drinks.
Packard Family Orthodontics encourages patients to find out more about the new “Stop the Pop” campaign initiated by the Missouri Dental Association. McKinney,
Summarizing the findings of a new report from Purdue University, Health News Wires has published an educational article and video that details the potential dangers of diet sodas, including a
Taxing sugary beverages may help reduce calories from these beverages in the United States, but the health benefits may be partially offset as consumers substitute with other unhealthy foods,
Many Americans eat too much sugar, which contributes to obesity, heart disease, and an increased risk for death.
On July 12th, YahooNews.com published an article, “Does diet soda actually make you gain weight?”, talking about the recent spate of headlines regarding the counter-intuitive effects of diet
Although the idea of a diet drink sounds good in theory, scientists now say the low-calorie drinks do not actually help you lose weight.
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