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Soda Losing Its Grip on America
An American icon is losing its grip on the nation's consumers: soda sales are on the decline. More shoppers, such as mother of three Laura Curren, are bypassing the soda aisle altogether. "We do not drink soda," she told ABC News. "I know that soda is not so good for my children and I do not bring
PM Note: 'Scaring' People Over Sequester, Oscar Opts for Happy Ending Political Movie, Hagel's Mulligan
R.I.P. C. Everett Koop – http://abcn.ws/XxusRB Welcome to the ABC team, Jeff Zeleny – abcn.ws/125ULT6 Spoiler Alert: In Field of Political Films, Hollywood Opts for Happy Ending-Michelle Obama’s surprise appearance via satellite from the White House to give the Oscar for Best Picture was ...
C . Everett Koop , Former Surgeon General , Dies at 96
Koop warned of the dangers of smoking and the AIDS virus during Reagan administration.
Inside Jack Kevorkian's Disturbing Business: 'Nightline' Anchor Terry Moran on the Controversial 'Dr. Death'
Jack Kevorkian had a huge impact on American culture, no doubt about it. His activities helped to spur a necessary national conversation about end-of-life issues and the rights of the sick and dying. But his methods were controversial -- more than controversial. They were often deeply disturbing. I
May 16, 1988: Cigarette Warnings
Surgeon general reports that nicotine makes cigarettes as addictive as cocaine.
Critics Slam Overweight Surgeon General Pick, Regina Benjamin
Leading Experts Say Dr. Benjamin, Though Stellar Nominee, Gives Wrong Message
Huckabee Confronts His Past Comments About AIDS
In 1992 Campaign for Senate From Arkansas, Suggested Quarantining AIDS Patients
Surgeon General Nominee Faces Tough Probing on Capitol Hill
Holsinger's Views on Sex and Science Face 'Grave Reservations' from Senate Liberals
Science vs. politics gets down and dirty
Scientists Say Bush Administration Muzzles Them on Stem Cells, Climate, Birth Control
Dr. Timothy Johnson, who has achieved distinction as one of the nation's leading medical communicators of health care information, has provided commentary on medical problems and answers for viewers of ABCNEWS' Good Morning Americ a since the program's debut in November 1975. His timely reports, in