I'd like to see an article on articifial sweeteners, along with any scientific information we can find on whether or not they are hazardous.
- in 1969, cyclamate was banned for causing cancer in lab animals, and those safety problems prompted researchers to take a closer look at saccharin. While conflicting tests showed it caused cancer in some laboratory animals, the fact that at least some of the research was financed by the sugar industry raised credibility questions. 
Politically or commercially motivated studies are suspect. --Ed Poor 21:52, 27 April 2007 (EDT)