According to Consumer Reports, a chemical used in sodas could be a cause of cancer.
Researchers found that the sales of diet soda has fallen by 6.8 percent in dollar terms.
A UK study found that a 20 percent tax on soft drinks could cut the obesity rate by 1.3 percent.
The hangover is the painful price for a night of booze-filled fun. For party animals, Sundays are designated for rest and definitely not recreation.
McDonald's announced that it will no longer advertise happy meals with soda.
Soda bubbles alter the mind's perception of sweetness by making it difficult for the brain to tell the difference between sugar and artificial sweeteners, a new study suggests.
Previous studies have linked sodas to aggression, depression and suicidal thoughts in adolescents. However, new research reveals soft drinks may also negatively affect mental health in younger children.
Researchers report that children who drink at least one sugary beverage a day are at a greater risk of obesity than children who do not.
Researchers found more evidence tying a poor diet high in fat and sugar to increasing one's risk of colorectal cancer.
Starting in the 2014-2015 school year, schools will have to stop selling snacks high in fat and replace them with healthier options.
Researchers believe that by using carbon isotope analysis, they can determine how many sugary drinks a person had from a single hair strand.
Sugar-sweetened beverages, like sodas and fruit punches, have been found to elevate the risk of kidney stones.
Coca Cola has announced that it wants to do more in the fight against obesity, by urging children to drink less…Coca Cola.
The FDA announced that it will look into the effects of Wrigly's newest product, Alert Energy Caffeine Gum, on children.
California lawmakers will decide on BIll 622, which proposes to place a state tax on sugary drinks.