What diet soda drinkers eat may matter more than what they sip when it comes to long-term health effects, according to new research. This may help explain why some people gain weight when drinking lots of diet soda.
Shoppers might expect food to be cheaper in the bulk aisle — and a study from Portland State University shows that it usually is, by a long shot. But our survey of D.C. grocery stores came up with more modest figures. What's the real deal?
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