National Institutes Of Health: Cola Causes Kidney Problems

National Institutes Of Health: Cola Causes Kidney Problems

Do you like kidney stones? Great! Coke and Pepsi are the drinks for you. Researchers at the National Institutes of Health found that drinking just two cans of cola per day doubles the risk of chronic kidney disease.

What Is The Most Expensive Drink At Starbucks?

What Is The Most Expensive Drink At Starbucks?

Billy wanted to maximize the value of his coupon for one free drink at Starbucks. But which tongue-twisting truffle-invoking concoction to request? Billy decided on a Venti Soy Hazelnut Vanilla Cinnamon White Mocha with extra White Mocha and caramel—plus 13 espresso shots. How did the $13.76 potion taste?

Red Bull Gives Your Blood Pressure Wings

Red Bull Gives Your Blood Pressure Wings

People who have high blood pressure might want to avoid energy drinks, because a new study suggests that they might interfere directly with blood pressure or hamper the effectiveness of medications. The drinks, which have high levels of caffeine and taurine (“an amino acid found in protein-rich foods like meat and fish that can affect heart function and blood pressure”), raise blood pressure and heart rates in healthy individuals, but not to dangerous levels. However, for people who have cardiovascular disease or are taking heart rate or blood pressure medication, the increase could be “significant.”

People Suddenly Love V8? What?

People Suddenly Love V8? What?

An article in Newsday asks the question: “Why are Campbell’s V8 juices suddenly selling?” We didn’t even realize they were.

New High-Tech Sprite Makes Its Own Ice When Opened

New High-Tech Sprite Makes Its Own Ice When Opened

Do you like half-frozen Sprite? Move to the UK. That’s where Coca-Cola Company is debuting “Sprite Super Chilled.”

Aquafina Changes Label, Admits It's Tap Water

Aquafina Changes Label, Admits It's Tap Water

Aquafina, PepsiCo’s best-selling bottled water, is changing its label to clarify its true source: city water supplies. The labels have never claimed to be spring water, but the price, packaging, and placement in stores apparently made enough of the world believe it was.

The New Coke Can Design Is The Old Coke Can Design, But Better

The New Coke Can Design Is The Old Coke Can Design, But Better

Coke has redesigned their can, removing all the awful fake bubbles and that weird yellow ribbon. We’re not a design blog or anything, but we know what we like.

Is Drinking 12 Diet Cokes A Day Healthy? Coke Thinks So.

Is Drinking 12 Diet Cokes A Day Healthy? Coke Thinks So.

“Great taste. No calories. Wholesome ingredients. How could you drink too much?” said Diana Garza, the communications director of Coca-Cola North America.

We don’t know, Diana. We’re just guessing that it’s possible, and that we should drink soda in moderation. It’s just a hunch.—MEGHANN MARCO

Coming Soon: Wrinkle-Reducing Coke

Coming Soon: Wrinkle-Reducing Coke

‘s grow back? Either way, we don’t need to buy our tea-based drinks at Saks.—MEGHANN MARCO

Get Ready For Passover Coke!

Get Ready For Passover Coke!

What, you ask, is “Passover Coke?” It’s Coke made with sugar. Yes, real sugar! Not corn syrup. From NPR:

Coca-Cola Blāk Effervescent Coffee Crap Debut

Coca-Cola Blāk Effervescent Coffee Crap Debut

Coca-Cola has a new adult beverage that’s a blend of “unique Coke refreshment with the true essence of coffee and has a rich smooth texture and has a coffee-like froth when poured.” Coca-Cola Blāk will launched in France, because if you consume cold snails, you will consume anything.