The syrup, commonly called HFCS, is a sweetener found in many foods and beverages, including non-diet soda pop, baked goods, and condiments.
a single can of soda contains about five times the concentration of reactive carbonyls than the concentration found in the blood of an adult person with diabetes. http://www.consumeraffairs.com/news04/2007/08/corn_syrup.html
Harvard Medical School’s own Frank B. Hu, MD and the University of North Carolina’s Barry Popkin, PhD, among others, will discuss their new research linking sugar-sweetened beverages (such as soda, fruit juice and energy drinks) to an abundance of negative health impacts today, as part of the XV In
A soft drink (also referred to as soda, soda pop, pop, tonic, coke, or fizzy drink) is a non-alcoholic beverage typically containing water — often carbonated water — and a flavoring agent. Many of these beverages are sweetened by the addition of sugar or high-fructose corn syrup, or — in the case of
A woman's bid to avoid paying a train fare nearly cost her the life of her daughter. A girl is miraculously alive in Argentina after her mother lowered her onto the tracks as a train was coming into the station, according to surveillance video. (Jan. 7)
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The 2011 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is generating excitement as thousand walk the floor to see the tablets, cameras and other new technology being unveiled. The show runs through Sunday. (Jan. 7)
For the first time in nearly 50 years, the government is recommending lowering the fluoride in drinking water. Officials say many Americans are getting too much fluoride and it's causing some kids to have splotchy teeth. The AP's Kelly Daschle reports.
The dioxin scandal in Germany is getting bigger by the day with the latest details to emerge from the enquiry, and assertions by Schleswig Holstein's agriculture minister that the contamination of animal feed may be criminal in nature, and not a case of human error or negligence. Harles and Jentzsc