Not So Sugar-Coated Truth About Halloween CandyMany of the Halloween go-tos don't meet that criteria, adding calories to your diet that sneak up and say Boo!
Manhattan Couple Raises $10,000 To Track Down Missing Dog ‘Sugar’ The Pit BullThe money has been raised by friends and complete strangers after an enormous social media blitz titled 'Find Sugar In NYC.'
Brooklyn Company Fighting Back Against Sugary YogurtThere are all types of styles and flavors to choose from. But some are saying the specialization of yogurt has turned out products that are chock full of sugar.
Art Exhibit At Abandoned Williamsburg Sugar Refinery Has New Yorkers AbuzzSurrounded by melting molasses figurines of child slaves is the centerpiece: a giant sphinx, 35 feet tall, 75 feet long, and coated with 40 tons of pure white sugar.
Study: Sugar Found To Be Toxic In MiceResearchers found that when mice ate a diet of 25 percent extra sugar females died at twice the normal rate.
Businesses Prepare For City's Size Limit On Sugary Drinks, But Some Customers Aren't Buying ItSome restaurants are ordering smaller glasses. Dunkin' Donuts shops are telling customers they'll have to sweeten and flavor their own coffee.
Sugar Wars: Are Artificial Sweeteners Safe For Kids?The threat of a childhood obesity is a concern for many parents these days, and the fight against the condition is increasingly turning into a campaign against sugar. But recently, we've been told to stay away from sugar substitutes, as well. TV 10-55's Katie McGee has the scoop on sugar vs. sugar free.
City Lawmaker Calls Big Drink Ban Proposal 'Pointless' And 'Silly' As Mayor Michael Bloomberg continues to tout his plan to ban over-sized sugary drinks in New York City, some city lawmakers are speaking out against the proposal.
Court Papers: Fired Teacher Was Suffering From DiabetesThe Department of Education last month fired language teachers Alini Brito and Cindy Mauro after a janitor allegedly found them topless in an empty classroom at James Madison High in Midwood in November.
Groceries, Clothing Will Soon Cost You More MoneyAs wheat, corn, sugar and cotton prices go up you may be digging deeper in the coming weeks to pay for basic necessities.