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Nanny York City is taking aim at yet another of life's gluttonous pleasures. On the heels of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's call for a ban on jumbo-sized sodas and other sugary drinks, city officials are now considering restrictions on treats ranging
Health experts tasked with deciding the fate of Bloomberg's super-sized soda ban praised the proposal Tuesday and even questioned why it doesn't go further to nix juices, coffee drinks and Hizzoner's favorite snack, popcorn. Popcorn isn't a whole lot
30pm This week's New Yorker cover pokes fun at Mayor Bloomberg's proposed ban on super-sized sodas and other sugary drinksand the surrounding media frenzywith a pulpy cover showing two lovers caught in the act of Big Gulp-ing.
In the way that parents do, I remember that each time she told me about her soda-making days, she would remark on how small the glass soda bottles were (that she would reuse time and again), and how huge soda bottles were now (in the early '90s). She
Edward Morrissey is a senior editor and correspondent for the conservative commentary website hotair.com (CNN) -- America's image of New Yorkers combines swagger, style and an unwillingness to get pushed around. Humphrey Bogart once warned a Nazi
Utah soda drinkers proudly defended their right to drink as much as they want Thursday after hearing of New York City's plan to ban large sodas and other sugary drinks. Such a restriction would never happen in Utah, health advocates predict. " We can'
In an effort to reduce the growing rate of obesity, Bloomberg has plans to implement a ban on large sodas and other sugary drinks in virtually every place but the home. His administration wants to ban the sale of these beverages in containers that
New York, 5.31.12--Obesity is on the rise in the United States and one big-city mayor says he proposes to do something about it. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and his food police are on the rampage again, this time proposing