The consumption of carbonated beverages (noticed I refrained from being specific -- no matter where I travel in this country, folks seem to have slightly different terms for the same thing) has increased hand over fist for the past few decades except for a recent decline. The Center for Science in the Public Interest recently published a report, "Liquid Candy: How Soft Drinks are harming America's Health" , on the impact of soda pop on our diets. When I went to high school, vending machines were in the lunch room area and not that accessible (if they even worked). We definitely could not take it into the classroom like some schools now allow. I am not saying that drinking some soda pop is bad for you, but some people take it into excess. There have been many health issues raised and research completed about the health problems associated with soda pop consumption. Soda pop and obesity and diabetes. Recently, medical researchers have been investiga...
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