Soda

A new study has shown sugary, normally avoid-at-all-costs soda might be the best way to cure a hangover — so save some of that mixer!
New York's proposed big soda ban has been struck down in court, but the controversy doesn't end there. We polled some of the health and fitness industry's brightest minds for their thoughts on government's role in what we eat and drink.
For our first ever reader poll, we're asking you what you think of Bloomberg's ban on big soda. Should it have been killed? Will it come back? And what's next? Join the conversation.
Supersize that soda? New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial bill proposing a ban on selling soda's larger than 16 ounces was officially shot down as "arbitrary and capricious." We find out what that means for the fight against obesity.
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.

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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.
Supersize that soda? New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's controversial bill proposing a ban on selling soda's larger than 16 ounces was officially shot down as "arbitrary and capricious." We find out what that means for the fight against obesity.
For our first ever reader poll, we're asking you what you think of Bloomberg's ban on big soda. Should it have been killed? Will it come back? And what's next? Join the conversation.
New York's proposed big soda ban has been struck down in court, but the controversy doesn't end there. We polled some of the health and fitness industry's brightest minds for their thoughts on government's role in what we eat and drink.
A new study has shown sugary, normally avoid-at-all-costs soda might be the best way to cure a hangover — so save some of that mixer!

Want to cut some extra calories? Try replacing soda with some thirst quenching H2O.

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