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Can juice provide an 'antioxidant advantage'? Tropicana thinks so

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Tropicana has had a vitamin C & E fortified orange juice line for several years, but has changed its name every few years, ranging from the straightforward, to the militant, to the vaguely scientific. (Photo by Scott Olster/CNS)

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With several different varieties and sizes to choose from at this Whole Foods market at Union Square in New York City, consumers have a dizzying array of juice options. (Photo by Scott Olster/CNS)

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Ads during World War II emphasized the need to stay strong and healthy to support the civic cause.

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A stimulus package aims to protect Americans from economic catastrophe. The military has your back when it comes to security threats. But with names like “immunity defense” and “be tough,” are beverages also being enlisted for duty?


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