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  1. Santa Fe seeks sugary drink tax to finance early childhood education

    Ruidosonews.com - New Mexico (NM) 04.28 / 02:13 ruidosonews.com
    The citywide tax on distributors would provide Santa Fe an estimated $7.5 million in its first year to expand early childhood education to roughly 1,000…
  2. Drinking coffee can halve prostate cancer risk

    Drinking more than three cups of coffee a day may reduce prostate cancer risk by more than 50 per cent, show results of a study on 7,000 Italian…
  3. Cheers to good drinks and great views from the rooftop

    Thestar.com.my - Eat-And-Drink 04.28 / 01:19 thestar.com.my
    CHILL out with some of the best views of Penang at the Three Sixty Revolving Restaurant and Rooftop Bar atop Bayview Hotel…
  4. These popular drinks consumed by 50% of people are linked to dementia

    Sott.net - World 04.28 / 00:51 sott.net
    Half of Americans use a drink linked to dementia on any given day. Both sugary and artificially sweetened 'diet' drinks are linked to dementia by two new studies. People who drink sugary beverages tend to have poorer memories, smaller brains and a smaller hippocampus (an area vital for learning and memory). Diet sodas, though, don't seem much safer. A follow-up study found that people who drink diet sodas are three times more likely to develop dementia and stroke, compared to those who…
  5. "Don't do it;" one still-grieving sister warns against drinking and driving

    Nbcrightnow.com - Tri-cities 04.28 / 00:49 nbcrightnow.com
    Eight years ago, a woman died from a fiery head-on collision on Highway 12 near Airport Road at about 4:00…
  6. McDonald’s is reportedly set to pull the popular Hi-C Orange Lavaburst drink

    CharlotteObserver-NationalNews 04.28 / 00:02 charlotteobserver.com
    Are of a fan of McDonald’s Hi-C Orange Lavaburst? Better hurry. The fast food chain plans to start phasing out the drink May 1 in favor of a new drink … Click to Continue »…
  7. Australian Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't rush to drop Josh Papalii in wake of drink-driving charge

    Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't take action against drink-driving forward Josh Papalii until the NRL and his club Canberra reveal his…
  8. Australian Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't rush to drop Josh Papalii in wake of drink-driving charge

    Smh.com.au - Health 04.27 / 23:39 www.smh.com.au
    Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't take action against drink-driving forward Josh Papalii until the NRL and his club Canberra reveal his…
  9. Australian Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't rush to drop Josh Papalii in wake of drink-driving charge

    Theage.com.au - Health 04.27 / 23:35 www.theage.com.au
    Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga won't take action against drink-driving forward Josh Papalii until the NRL and his club Canberra reveal his…
  10. Can soft drinks, fruit juice affect your memory?

    Healthimaging.com - Medecine 04.27 / 23:03 healthimaging.com
    Primary Image Size: No ImageBody: Drinking a can of pop or a cup of fruit juice every day may increase chances of negatively impacting memory and development of smaller overall brain volumes and smaller hippocampal volumes, according to data from the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) that used MRI and cognitive tests. Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine published their findings in Alzheimer’s & Dementia and Stroke. In an article posted on BUMC, Matthew Pase, PhD, d…
  11. Simone Biles briefs Congress on the dangers of underage drinking

    Gantdaily.com - Pennsylvania (PA) 04.27 / 23:03 gantdaily.com
    Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles stopped by Capitol Hill on Thursday to talk about the dangers of underage drinking. “I just want kids to realize that peer pressure, there will be a lot and it will get worse as you get older, but you can always rise above the peer pressure so you don’t feel…
  12. Glanbia's patent-pending powder process removes need for lecithin in drinks

    Glanbia has developed BevEdge, a patent-pending technology that allows manufacturers to remove lecithin from protein powders and beverages, cleaning up the ingredient list and removing a potential…
  13. TLV Daily Dispatch…Thursday, April 27, 2017 Oxford Food & Drink Specials

    Thelocalvoice.net - Mississippi 04.27 / 22:51 www.thelocalvoice.net
    Sponsored by Landshark Delivery Food & Drink Specials PLUS Entertainment in Oxford, Mississippi for Thursday, April 27, 2017   The Local Voice #277 is OUT NOW April 20–May 5, 2017   Click here to find out “What’s In This Issue” or go ahead and download The Local Voice #277 PDF now for only 99¢ – For [&h…
  14. Prom safety demonstration urges students not to drink and drive

    Live5news.com-SC 04.27 / 22:51 www.live5news.com
    Several area high schools are scheduled to hold their proms this weekend and local agencies are making sure students stay safe on the roadways ahead on the big…
  15. The Queen's favourite treats and drinks revealed

    Nzherald.co.nz - Lifestyle 04.27 / 22:43 www.nzherald.co.nz
    The Queen may rule over the people of Britain but her taste in food is refreshingly ordinary, it has been revealed.From spicy Tabasco sauce to a can of fizzy Coca-Cola, dozens of everyday, affordable brands that are stocked on…
  16. Recap: Drink Philly's Mad Hatter Whiskey Tea Party at Stotesbury Mansion [PHOTOS]

    Everyone came, drank, and had a very merry unbirthday at our third Mad Hatter Whiskey Tea…
  17. Food and drink sectors face a ‘perfect technological storm’

    The “perfect storm of societal and technological development” facing the food and beverage industry was under discussion last month in Houston, Texas, at a show organised for the customers of automation and robotics specialist ABB…
  18. 5 Reasons You Should Drink Coffee Every Day

    Workingmother.com - Lifestyle 04.27 / 22:07 workingmother.com
    Lifestyle Emily's Tips and Quips Finally an excuse to drink coffee daily. Coffee can actually benefit you to drink daily as if some of us wouldn't stop drinking it…
  19. Sen. Ananich of Flint still drinks bottled water, says, “I was lied to like everyone else"

    Michiganradio.org - Michigan (MI) 04.27 / 21:53 michiganradio.org
    This week brought an important development in the future of Flint and its drinking water. Mayor Karen Weaver says she wants Flint to return to a long-term agreement with the Detroit-based Great Lakes Water Authority. This reverses the plans to connect Flint to the new, competing Karegnondi Water Authority (KWA). The Michigan Senate Minority Leader, Senator Jim Ananich , D-Flint, joined Stateside's live show in Flint last Saturday to talk about the state of the city and why something needs…
  20. What that energy drink can do to your body

    Fox2now.com - St. Louis 04.27 / 21:38 fox2now.com
    Energy drinks may be popular — the global energy drink market was worth $39 billion in 2013 and is forecast to reach $61 billion by 2021 — but they have gotten a bad rep among health experts. They “may pose danger to public health,” warns the World Health Organization. Children “should not consume” them, cautions the American Academy of Pediatrics. The American Beverage Association stands by the safety of energy drinks, indicating that many of their…