Researchers found that many children under the age of 2 in the United States are eating more added sugar than the recommended amount for adults. The finding came as a result of a study done on children between the ages of 6 and 23 months old.
Healthy Living/Wellness June 11, 2018
A new study shows that chances of conceiving a child can be cut down by having too many sugary drinks. This goes for both men and women.
Healthy Living/Wellness February 15, 2018
Soda and other sugary drinks can increase consumers' risks for heart disease, stroke and diabetes, according to a new study. High-fructose corn syrups are widely used as a cheaper alternative to sucrose in many food and drink products.
Life October 2, 2015
Researchers found that consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages is negatively linked to type 2 diabetes. They also found that artificially sweetened drinks and fruit juice may be positively linked to the illness, but do not recommend them as alternatives to preventing it.
Life July 22, 2015