When given the choice, teens don’t want to walk 5 miles for a sugary soda

Nov. 4, 2014—If you saw a sign that said you’d have to walk 5 miles to burn off the calories in a single regular soda, would you: A. Lace up your walking shoes? B. Swap the sugary drink for a low-or no-calorie alternative? If you were a teenager, such a sign might motivate you to choose Read more about When given the choice, teens don’t want to walk 5 miles for a sugary soda[…]

So long, soda…

So long, soda: kids getting caffeine kicks from coffee, energy drinks About three-quarters of U.S. kids and young adults consume products containing caffeine. Their main source: soda. But in recent years, kids have been dropping their soda cans and bottles in favor of coffee cups and energy drinks, according to a study published in the American Read more about So long, soda…[…]