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Too many sugary drinks leads to higher kidney disease risk

A new study finds a connection between sugar-sweetened beverages and higher kidney disease risks. This relates to both soda and to sweetened fruit drinks.

PepsiCo accused of human rights violations

Global food giant PepsiCo has been accused of continuing human rights violations and anti-trade union practices in relation to factories in the Indian state of West Bengal.

Op-Ed: No COLA increase coming for Social Security recipients

The government announced there will be no cost-of-living (COLA) increase in their benefits next year. The difference would mean an average of a little more than $500 a year in Social Security benefits.

Op-Ed: Dell's deal, Anheuser Busch's Miller offer and more

The Dell deal is the largest in tech history, and it may be the biggest tech deal in terms of debt. Dell will add about $50 billion in debt to complete its proposed acquisition, bringing the closely held company’s total debt to about $60 billion.

Rouge Sucette, a cola flavored wine, arrives

The world's first commercially produced cola flavored wine has gone on sale in France. Called Rouge Sucette, the wine is made of 75 percent from grapes, and the rest from water, sugar and cola flavoring.

NRC approves two new nuclear reactors in Georgia

Washington - The Nuclear Regulatory Commission, in a 4-1 vote on Thursday, approved extension of licenses for two new nuclear reactors at the Vogtle nuclear site in Georgia, the first licenses granted in more than 30 years, an approval called “a moral hazard.”

Coca-Cola recalls drinking glasses

Atlanta - The soft drink giant has begun a voluntary recall of 88,000 sets of drinking glasses which were created for collectors in the USA.

U.S. House to vote on $250 payments to social security recipients

Washington - The House will vote in November on a bill to provide $250 payments to Social Security recipients to make up for the lack of a cost-of-living increase for next year, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday.

U.S. Social Security says no cost-of-living-adjustment for 2011 Special

Washington - The US Social Security Administration announced there will be no-cost-of-living-adjustment in 2011 for Social Security payments, the second straight year without an increase.

Social Security issues emerge ahead of midterm elections

After it was revealed that over $22 million was paid out to dead and incarcerated Social Security recipients and that benefits will not be increased in 2011, the program reemerges as a question ahead of key midterm elections.

National Institutes of Health: Too Much Cola Can Cause Kidney Problems

Researchers from the National Institute of Health claim colas are linked to kidney stones and other renal problems. Drinking two or more cola drinks a day causes a twofold risk of chronic kidney disease.

Pepsi says "More Caffeine

PepsiCo (PEP) plans to introduce an energized version of Diet Pepsi that includes more caffeine, as well as ginseng
 

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