You’ve got to be kidding me:
An organization that lobbies for increased regulation of the food and drug industries called on Wednesday for cigarette-style warnings on soft drinks to alert consumers that too much of the beverages can cause obesity and other health problems.
I’ll admit that people generally don’t think of pop (or soda for the Americans reading) when they think of what causes obesity, but get real. A warning label? Yeah, because that’s really going to make me think twice about buying my weekly case of Coke. I saw Super Size Me and I still drink Coke when I order McDonalds. Maybe it’s just me?
Read: New York Times