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Drinking one can of soft drink a day is linked to a 20% increase in the risk of developing diabetes. Drinking one can of soft drink a day is linked to a 20% increase in the risk of developing diabetes. Damien Ayers

A soda a day keeps the doctor in pay: soft drinks and diabetes

Recent research linking soft drinks to type 2 diabetes reminds us, once again, that we are what we put in our mouths. This large study from Europe found drinking a 12 ounce (about 355 ml) can of soft drink…
The mayor of New York wants to restrict the serving size of sugar-sweetened drinks in the city. The mayor of New York wants to restrict the serving size of sugar-sweetened drinks in the city. Aidan/Flickr

Smaller drink sizes mean better health: lessons from New York City

New York City’s mayor has taken issue with “super-sized” serves of sugar-sweetened drinks and is proposing a limit on their serving size to a maximum 16 fluid oz (500 millilitres) at fast food outlets…

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