A widely quoted study produced for the soft drinks industry made much of the costs, but downplayed the benefits, of a tax on sugary drinks.
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Science has some answers.
Sugary drinks are high in energy and lead to weight gain and obesity.
It's time for Australia to follow the UK's lead and increase the price of sugary drinks.
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George's medicine for health crisis is welcome, but not marvellous.
Why Britain's obesity crusader could be heading for disappointment.
A new study linking sweetened drinks to heart disease is more confusing than enlightening
Load of rubbish.
One of the biggest ironies in the history of bottled water is the role that the soft drinks industry has had in its growth.
Repeated exposure to high levels of acid can cause tooth erosion.
Most of us know sugar is bad for teeth because it feeds bacteria that cause tooth decay. But fewer of us are aware that equally damaging is repeated exposure to acids in food and drinks.
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Last month Burger King took soft drinks off of their kids' menu. But will making low-fat milk and apple juice the new default options change how kids eat?
Greeener than thou?
Coca Cola has begun carefully rolling out its green-labelled “Life” brand, filling its iconic hour-glass bottles with a new fizzy drink which has nearly a third fewer calories than Coke Original. It is…
Meals served with a soft drink are expected to be more satisfying and filling than the same meal served with water, research…
The study drew a link between high energy snack foods and colorectal cancer.
Consuming a lot of high-energy junk foods and fizzy drinks is associated with a higher risk of colorectal cancer, according…
Drinking one can of soft drink a day is linked to a 20% increase in the risk of developing 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…
Fluoridated water is the best drink option for children, but a new study has found many are consuming sugary drinks instead.
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Soft drink health warnings should include advice on the risk of tooth decay, say researchers from the University of Adelaide…
If policymakers understood what drives people to drink sugary drinks, they make take a different approach.
Policymakers should understand the urge to drink soft drinks is genetically determined, rather than being solely a lifestyle…
Sugary drinks are one culprit leading to children consuming too much sugar.
More than half of young Australians are consuming too much sugar, according to a new study from researchers at the University…
New York City’s health board is cracking down on sugary soft drinks, but Australian health experts say more is required to address the obesity epidemic.
Australia should consider a healthy food rebate, tax on sugary drinks, and regulated portion sizes argue health experts…
The mayor of New York wants to restrict the serving size of sugar-sweetened drinks in the 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…
High consumption of sugar-laden soft drinks during adolescence increases the risk of heart disease later in life. Scientists…