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Should Organizations That Promote Health Accept Money From Big Soda?

The Coca-Cola Company and PepsiCo have donated millions of dollars to organizations that promote health. Sugary sodas are considered to be among the main factors behind the obesity epidemic and tooth decay, raising questions about whether health and medical organizations should accept manufacturers' donations.
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