Sugary sodas will raise your cholesterol and triglyceride levels, upping the odds of heart disease and stroke.
Consumer culture gives children plenty of delicious options—but water is the one drink they'll always need.
New research suggests older women may be at especially high risk if they consume several artificially sweetened beverages each day.
Experts explain how high-sugar drinks, when combined with protein, trigger extra fat storage.
Dietitian agrees excessive soda consumption is problematic, but adds that study's findings need further research.
Children consume more calories with fast food combination meals—and sugary drinks are most to blame.
Sugary beverages are linked to greater risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
This same type of fat is also associated with risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Study finds daily sugary drink tied to 13 percent increased risk over a decade.