Health experts: Coca-Cola funds scientists with misleading message – USA TODAY

USA TODAYHealth experts: Coca-Cola funds scientists with misleading messageUSA TODAYSugary drinks are not to blame for contributing to America’s obesity epidemic. At least, that’s what Coca-Cola is saying with recent research that some health experts have called misleading. Coca-Cola has funneled millions of dollars to support a …Health Highlights: Aug 10, 2015Philly.comCoke is funding scientists with a controversial weight loss messageFortuneCoca-Cola Is Recruiting Scientists To Downplay The Link Between Obesity And …ThinkProgressAtlanta Business Chronicle -New York Times (blog)all 41 news articles »

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