The resulting deluge of soda shut down a stretch of Route 422.
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Researchers are left scratching their heads while trying to determine a cause for the drop in obesity rates.
Eleven-Year-Old ‘Heimlich Hero’ Says Saving Lives Is ‘Awesome’; Beer in Cans: No Longer Just For Hicks and Hipsters
Plus: Research ties soda consumption to violence; and BK unveils an 'artisanal' burger, all in our morning news roundup.
The administration said it will combat the obesity program in its own way.
Plus: E. coli wreaks havoc on France; and Cheerio's celebrates a major milestone, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Mothers suffer the most in families that go hungry; and apples rank highest in produce contaminated by pesticide, all in out morning news roundup.
Plus: Lobster tails are being used to make biodegradable golf balls; and people in developing countries spend up to 80 percent of their incomes on food, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus the U.N.'s World Food Program goes bust, and a Dutch recommends developing a taste for bugs, all i our morning news roundup.
Though the proposed tax on soda is long dead, the city's Department of Health is behind a new fight against sugary beverages.
Study: Even With Soda Tax Kids Will Be Fat; Germany Pledges Millions to Battle Child Hunger and Promote Sustainable Agriculture
Plus windowsill gardening could be a boon to fresh food-deprived urban areas, and Angelina Jolie digs Spanish food, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Sesame Street introduces broccoli, banana and whole wheat muppets to encourage healthy eating habits, and the Army eliminates soda and sugary cereals on an Arizona base, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus the Food Network's parent company is flush with cash, and bacon soda is as gross as you would expect, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus pork bell prices reach an all-time high, and New Hampshire's oldest family-operated farm goes out of business, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Starbucks stores to offer free Wi-Fi starting in July, and soda sales rise for the first time in five years, all in our morning news roundup.