A coroner says the drink was a contributing factor in a woman's death.
Wednesday, February 13
A New Zealand woman's death is being partially blamed on drinking too much Coca-Cola. The Sydney Morning Herald reports a coroner has determined the soft drink was a contributing factor in the death of 30-year-old Natasha Harris, who died in February 2010 from from cardiac arrhythmia. According to the report, evidence showed Harris drank up to 10 liters of Coca-Cola every day — more than 2-and-a-half gallons. This amount equals more than twice the recommended safe daily limit of caffeine, and almost one kilogram, or about 2.2 pounds, of sugar, more than 11 times the recommended sugar intake. The report says those ingredients, combined with a poor diet, caused the woman to develop an enlarged liver and an electrolyte imbalance and, …
The panel discussed topics including cyber security and social networking at Monday's Cobb Chamber of Commerce Chairman's Club Breakfast.
A panel of Chief Information Officers from several of Atlanta’s top companies shed some light on technology at the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Chairman’s Club Breakfast on Monday. Members of the panel were David Barnes, UPS worldwide; Becky Blalock, Southern Company; Ed Steinike, The Coca-Cola Company; Mark Ryan, Travelport GDS; and Joe Surber, AGL Resources. David Connell, president and CEO of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce, facilitated the panel. “There’s probably no single issue in the business community that’s more important than where technology is today and where it’s going,” Connell said. The panel discussed topics that reflected current events including issues like cyber security and social networking. Blalock explained that cyber …