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Soda industry sponsorships seem to be everywhere, and that’s no accident. Coke and Pepsi spend big money to keep health groups from taking a hard line against their products.
The link between sugar and cancer is nothing new, but a recent study looked at an interesting part of the sugar-cancer equation: how factors such as age, gender, and a previous battle with cancer impacted sugar consumption.
According to a new report, climate change threatens coffee production. Not just at some far-off date in the future. This is happening now.
Sugar warning labels on drinks significantly reduce the odds that a teen will reach for that sodapop, according to new research.
We got to experience TY KU premium sake at a fun sake tasting at Wanderlust Squaw Valley. I have always loved sake, but I had no idea this ancient beverage could be so modern, so delightful… and perfect for healthy cocktails!
Dakota Access Pipeline protests temporarily shut down work last week. Native Americans from several different nations are voicing serious concerns about how this pipeline threatens the safety of their drinking water.
You can skip the butter and coconut oil: this vegan bulletproof coffee is so delicious, making a great morning or afternoon treat, with the benefit of healthy coconut oils and superfood maca.
A new report reveals that a shocking number of kids – including very young children – are drinking energy drinks. The report includes recommendations to help curb this disturbing trend.
What do many overweight and obese people have in common? Inadequate hydration. A new study discovered a strong link between obesity and dehydration
New Canadian brewery, Off Grid Ales, produces their beers using a solar- and wind-powered operation.
What if you could compost or even eat the packaging that your food came in? One brewery is making this a reality with its new edible six pack rings.
Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run electronic devices and internet connectivity.