"Drinking large quantities of Coca-Cola was a 'substantial factor' in the death of a 30-year-old woman in New Zealand, a coroner has said. Natasha Harris, who died three years ago after a cardiac arrest, drank up to 10 litres of the fizzy drink each day…. 'The fact that one or more of her children were born without enamel on their teeth, should have been treated by her, and by her family, as a warning,' said Coroner David Crerar."
—"Fifty million times a day/At home at work or on the way/There's nothing like a Coca-Cola/Nothing like a Coke…."
Tuesday, February 12th, 2013