With the ozone layer on the mend, there's proof that international cooperation can work. But the climate is a different can of worms.
A new report hints that what's good for the ozone layer may be bad for climate change.
We all know eating too much processed sugar screws up your body in serious ways. But a new study suggests it could mess up your brain, too.
Professional snowboarders Bryan Fox and Austin Smith have started a "Drink Water" campaign, urging people to stop drinking the $20-a-gallon sugar-juice that props up their industry.
Ironically-named food hero Marion Nestle just calculated that PepsiCo, which pumps enough high fructose corn syrup into the American public to turn out one Ghostbusters-size …
Whoa, did the corn industry get to Michael Pollan? The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that he said there may be nothing "intrinsically wrong" with high-fructose …
Dr. Pepper is marketing its new diet soda strictly to men. You can have this one, dudes.
The Corn Refiners Association has noticed that "corn syrup" is becoming kind of a dirty word. They could improve the product, perhaps, but that would be hard, so they decided to just rename it "corn sugar." But the FDA, which is in charge of things like what counts as "sugar," is having none of it.
On average, Americans now get nearly 10 percent of their calories from soda and other sugary beverages.
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