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Your Day in Health: June 5

Feel more rested and energized when you use this trick, even if your job stress keeps you up at night.

Your Day in Health: June 5
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Your Day in Health: June 5

Feel more rested and energized when you use this trick, even if your job stress keeps you up at night.

Your Healthy Tip for the Day

KICK THE CAN: In a study, people who drank two or more diet sodas a day had waist-size increases that were six times greater than non-drinkers.

SCIENCE DAILY: Eating Less During Late Night Hours May Stave Off Some Effects of Sleep Deprivation

"Eating less late at night may help curb the concentration and alertness deficits that accompany sleep deprivation, according to results of a new study." Read the full story.

NUTRITION FACTS: Blood Type Diet Perceived as “Crass Fraud”

"Dr. Peter D’Adamo’s book Eat Right for Your Type makes the astounding claim that people with different blood types should eat different foods. Type O’s, for example, are supposed to be like the hunter and eat a lot of meat, whereas type A’s are supposed to eat less. A 2013 systematic review of the evidence supporting blood type diets was published in one of the world’s most prestigious nutrition journals. The researchers didn’t find any." Read the full story.

WSJ: PepsiCo to Launch New Line of Fountain Sodas

"The beverage and snack food giant said the new soda line called Stubborn Soda will be naturally flavored and sweetened with sugar cane instead of high-fructose corn syrup. PepsiCo is trying to tap into the growing demand for natural and artisanal products after watching small craft brewers in the beer market swipe market share from mainstream lagers like Budweiser and Miller with exotic offerings like cherry wheat ale and maple bacon coffee porter." Read the full story.