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Physician groups call for taxes on sugary drinks

Physicians' groups have long taken a stand against high consumption of sugary drinks in the United States -- and now they are calling for several policies to limit access to sugar-sweetened beverages among children and teens.

Heavy metals are in your child's juice

Fruit juice hasn't been considered as healthy of an option lately, mainly because it is loaded with sugar and calories. But now, there is another health risk in juices. They could also contain potentially harmful levels of arsenic, cadmium, and lead, according to Consumer Reports.

Welch's says grape juice is for men now

You're a red-blooded American man. You're tough, you work hard, and you don't have time for Millennial health trends. Your enemy? Oxidizing agents that hurt your health. Your drink? Grape juice.