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Coca-Cola, American Beverage


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Coca-Cola, American Beverage

The Coca-Cola Company, with the help of the American Beverage Association, is deceiving consumers about the harms of consuming Coke and other sugar-sweetened beverages, according to a complaint filed in federal court in California. The suit contends that the beverage giant and its trade association are engaged in an unlawful campaign of deception to mislead and confuse the public about the science linking consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks to obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.


By CSPI, USA,


Health Policy Resource.

Center for Reproductive Rights Joins Historic Women’s March


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Center for Reproductive Rights Joins Historic Women’s March

The Women’s March is a national protest being held one day after the inauguration of president-elect Donald Trump and aims to bring thousands of women and men together to send a bold message to the incoming administration that women's rights are human rights. The march will bring together leaders, activists, and hundreds of thousands of people from around the country motivated to take to the streets to show support for a broad range of issues, including women’s access to safe and legal abortion. Additionally, over 150 affiliated marches are expected to take place around the world around the same time.


By CRR, USA.


Human rights Policy Resource.

Coca-Cola, American Beverage Association are Targets of Lawsuit Charging Deceptive Sugary Drink Marketing


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Coca-Cola, American Beverage Association are Targets of Lawsuit Charging Deceptive Sugary Drink Marketing

The Coca-Cola Company, with the help of the American Beverage Association, is deceiving consumers about the harms of consuming Coke and other sugar-sweetened beverages, according to a complaint filed in federal court in California. The suit contends that the beverage giant and its trade association are engaged in an unlawful campaign of deception to mislead and confuse the public about the science linking consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks to obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cardiovascular disease.


By CSPI, USA,


Health Policy Resource.