Many public health officials are now warning patients that fruit juice poses many of the same health risks as soda when it comes to obesity and diabetes. Here are some concrete actions can consumers take.
26,000 premature deaths could be prevented, study finds The soda tax is back on the table, and this time proponents say that a tax of a penny per ounce of sugar-sweetened beverage would not only raise $13 billion a year but also save $17 billion in medical costs by reducing the incidence of heart disease and diabetes.
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