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Regular Consumption of Soft Drinks Damages Kidney, Says Study

November 11, 2013 by

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Too much soft drinks and soda is not good for kidney, new research warns in an article in the International Business Times. The findings are based on the studies conducted by Japanese and American researchers.  In the first study, researchers from Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, in Japan looked at nearly 8000 university employees. […]

Food Safe Guru Daily – Morning Joe was Priceless

June 1, 2012 by

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I must admit, I wake up to Morning Joe on MSNBC. I switched from watching CNN at some point and now switch back and forth between Soledad O’Brien and Morninig Joe. Mostly, I watch the crawl. I don’t know who I enjoy more Mika Brzezinski or Mike Barnicle. Ok, Joe Scarborough or Willie Geist sometimes. Yesterday, the […]

Soft drink sales stalled when clear caloric information given, John Hopkins study

December 22, 2011 by

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By Ben Bouckley Sales of soft drinks to adolescents in Baltimore City nose-dived when study participants were exposed to ‘easily understandable’ information about calorie content, according to a new US study. Academics from the John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health assessed the effects of proving clear and visible caloric information on sugar-sweetened beverages (including […]

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