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    Can Drinking Soda Lower My Sperm Count?

  • Healthy Drinks for Kids for Parents

    ... Drinking soda and other sugared drinks can cause tooth decay. Colas and
    other sodas often contain caffeine, which kids don't need. ...

  • Caffeine for Parents

    ... Kids get most of their caffeine from sodas, but it's also found in coffee, tea,
    chocolate ... Even iced tea can contain as much sugar and caffeine as soda. ...

  • What Should Preschoolers Drink? for Parents

    ... Powdered drink mix (with sugar added), 8 ounces (240 ml), 90, 24 g. Soda,
    8 ounces (240 ml), 100, 27 g. continue. Soda Gets in the Way. ...

  • How Can I Lose Weight Safely? for Teens

    ... how many extra calories can be lurking in the sodas, juices, and other drinks
    that you take in every day. Simply cutting out a can of soda or one ...

  • Carbohydrates and Sugar for Parents

    ... refined carbs — such as the refined sugars in candy and soda, and refined ...
    And some are not needed at all — sodas and candy are "empty calories ...

  • Sports and Energy Drinks: Should Your Child Drink Them? for Parents

    ... those who play sports, there's a dizzying array of sodas, juices, iced ... Soda is
    not recommended for hydration during sports and should be avoided ...

  • The Deal With Diets for Teens

    ... and drink more water instead of sugary drinks like sports drinks or sodas. ...
    mistakenly think that milk has more calories than other drinks like soda. ...

  • Carbohydrates and Diabetes for Teens

    ... For example, whole-grain foods and fruits are healthier choices than candy
    and soda because they provide fiber, vitamins, and other nutrients. ...

  • Go, Slow, and Whoa! A Quick Guide to Healthy Eating for Teens

    ... Drinks, Water, 2% milk, Whole milk. Fat-free and 1% milk, 100% fruit juice,
    Regular soda. Diet soda, Sports drinks, Sweetened iced teas and lemonade ...