CNN: Drinking Two Sweetened Drinks Per Day? You Could Be Doubling Your Risk of Diabetes
"In the study, two or more 200-milliliter servings of sweetened drinks, consumed daily, were found to double the risk of developing the condition. Given that standard 12-ounce drinks cans are more than 300-milliliters, this means just 1 and a half of these drinks per day could double your risk. But more importantly, the level of risk was about the same regardless of whether the drinks used sugar or artificial sweeteners. So choosing the diet option may make no difference, as both types were seen to result in two times the risk of having diabetes." Read full story.
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IB Times: Hepatitis A At Whole Foods Market? Prepared Food Section In Detroit Linked To Two Cases
"Two recent cases of Hepatitis A in Detroit have been linked to the prepared food section at a local division of Whole Foods Market, the Detroit Health Department said Thursday." Read full story.
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SCIENCE DAILY: Muscles Have Circadian Clocks That Control Exercise Response
"Humans may be able to respond better to exercise during the daytime, suggests new research. Oxygen and the internal clock "do a dance together" in muscle cells to make energy, they say. The discovery provides insights that could lead to optimizing muscle function." Read full story.