Next time you’re fumbling for a hangover cure, you might want to reach for a bottle of soda.
When you’re craving a soft drink, the last thing you need is a lecture—actually, a lecture may be the second-to-last thing.
The problem is, if your house is anything like mine, not every beverage you buy ends up being consumed.
A steady diet of sodas could hinder your ability to reproduce or even shorten your life, if lab mice are any indication.
Research at Purdue University says artificially sweetened foods, including diet soda, can contribute to weight gain and other health risks.
A study of Britain’s popular restaurants found that ice actually had more bacteria than toilet water.
On the upside, drinking coffee may stave off depression.
Would you believe that a swig of soda could make you put down a doughnut? Or get back to your desk and work? A new study shows that the quick shot of sugar may be enough to boost your self-control.
We try so hard every day to follow all the latest suggestions on what to eat, and what to ban from our refrigerators. (Choosing so-called health foods that aren’t actually healthy, for example.) Yet misunderstandings abound.
According to the Daily Mail, the New York Times’ “rival” as the most-read English language newspaper in the world, “research” has revealed that “drinking just a single can of diet fizzy drink every day can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke.”