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Doctors say a New Zealand woman's 2-gallon-a-day Coca-Cola habit probably contributed to her death. Natasha Harris was a 30-year-old mother of eight when she died of a heart attack. A pathologist testified that Harris probably had low potassium, caused by too much Coke and overall poor nutrition. Harris' partner testified that the woman also smoked about 30 cigarettes a day.
We are less than 100 days out from The Olympics and the ads are already rolling out. One ad from Proctor and Gamble is creating quite the interest on the internet. P&G is promoting the spirit of the games through the eyes of mothers that raise champions. You can catch all of the Olympic action only on Channel 3 beginning on July 27.
One of the most iconic places in Boston turns 100 today. Fenway Park celebrated its birthday. True fans were allowed on the field yesterday to see some of the park's gems up close, including the Green Monster Wall. Fenway is the oldest park in the major leagues.