do nurse practitioners, crna and other nurses with a masters degree drink soda?

  1. Do a lot of nps... Resort to soda? Do nps think sodas are bad? How about diet soda?

    I don't drink pop but just wondering.

    What's your personal experience?

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    all confidential and no financial gain for me or you. Not affiliated with any soda company (or any other companies for that matter)....well, my college I suppose since I came up with this topic to analyze. I am also a nursing student for class of 2013.
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  3. by   psu_213
    Out of curiosity, why are you asking? (not an NP here)
  4. by   kht124
    so I could statistically analyze

    random and strange questions pop in my head sometimes and I try to answer them by making them my research topic whenever I get a chance to do one (mainly for my psych classes though)
  5. by   traumaRUs
    Nope never drink soda. Rots your teeth and kidneys.
  6. by   sirI
    Only sugar-free and only maybe, 1 per day.
  7. by   kht124
    I see. Interesting.
  8. by   Tuesday17
    They are closet drinkers I'm thinking! :icon_roll
  9. by   Cr8zyamy
    Not an NP but I don't like the bubbles so I very rarely drink sodas maybe a ginger ale a month?
  10. by   chiflavored
    Nope. I try to stay away from it. I do make an exception if I need it to chase my alcohol =]. Love Jack and COke!
  11. by   BCgradnurse
    I drink way too much diet soda. I like the bubbles and I love the caffeine that Diet Coke provides. I did stop for 2 years once, but relapsed.......
  12. by   caliotter3
    Some of us live on it.
  13. by   amoLucia
    Diet Pepsi addicted. Love Mt Dew, room temp, drink it fast thru a straw! Wait for it, wait for it ... caffeine rush!

    I think of weird topics too. Like do nursing students prefer jelly donuts vs creme donuts before tests?!? Inquiring minds want to know!

    Not an advanced degree, but advanced years of experience (38).
    Last edit by amoLucia on Jun 3, '12 : Reason: add bio info