Diet Soda

Think that “diet” label makes drinking diet soda okay? Guess again— research shows diet soda may actually be less heathy than the sugar-filled stuff. Read more about diet soda here:

According to a recent study, mixing hard alcohol with diet soda can make people more drunk than regular soda. To stay in control, drink in moderation and choose beverages that feature seltzer water, fruit garnishes, or 100 percent juice.

Are you a rum and Diet Coke drinker? Like sugar-free Red Bull with that vodka? A new study says diet mixers may make us drunker, faster.

Coca-Cola isn’t exactly a health food, but that’s not preventing the soda company from running new health-conscious advertisements. Will they change how we think about soft drinks?

A new study suggests soda, sugary drinks, and diet drinks are associated with an increased risk of depression.

Got the shakes but can’t stop pounding those Venti macchiatos? Caffeine consumption is near universal, so read on to find out how much is too much.

Think that "diet" label makes the five empty soda cans on the table okay? Guess again— research shows diet soda may actually be less heathy than the sugar-filled stuff.

Are you a rum and Diet Coke drinker? Like sugar-free Red Bull with that vodka? A new study says diet mixers may make us drunker, faster.

According to a recent study, mixing hard alcohol with diet soda can make people more drunk than regular soda. To stay in control, drink in moderation and choose beverages that feature seltzer water, fruit garnishes, or 100 percent juice.

Think that "diet" label makes the five empty soda cans on the table okay? Guess again— research shows diet soda may actually be less heathy than the sugar-filled stuff.

Got the shakes but can’t stop pounding those Venti macchiatos? Caffeine consumption is near universal, so read on to find out how much is too much.

A new study suggests soda, sugary drinks, and diet drinks are associated with an increased risk of depression.

Coca-Cola isn’t exactly a health food, but that’s not preventing the soda company from running new health-conscious advertisements. Will they change how we think about soft drinks?