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After taking into account the impact of calcium, vitamin D, physical activity, and other factors, they found about a 4 to 5 percent lower hip bone density in women who consumed one cola a day than in those who drank less than one cola a month.
It is estimated that one-half of current federal pension costs are due to COLAs, and that hundreds of thousands of federal retirees actually receive more money in retirement than they did while working.
Big Cola is a classic upstart, the product of a Peruvian company that quietly began its Mexican invasion less than two years ago through Puebla and Guadalajara and just now has reached the capital.
The 164 girls who were the most active were no more likely to drink colas than the others.