Health Rewind: 25 Percent of Women Are Obese Before Pregnancy

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Diet Soda Sales Go Down After New Claims

Less people are buying diet soda than before, Time.com reported. Sales have gone down 7 percent in the past year, with regular soda sales dropping 2 percent, says a new survey. While soda is still popular among Americans, researchers believe this drop may be due to increased awareness about the health dangers of pop, which include obesity and diabetes.

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