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Tax Sugary Drinks and Kick Your Addiction to Them, Suggests New York Times Columnist by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:13pm Kudos to New York Times columnist Nicholas D. Kristof for his much-needed opinion piece today, which draws attention to the potentially dangerous substance high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS), which studies indicate our body metabolizes differently from other sugars and could lead to obesity, heart disease, and more. Kristof's column will do mu ... Read on »
Drink a Toast to Tap Water: Study Suggests Water Consumption Benefit Outweighs THM Hazard by Environmental Health Posted Wed 31 Oct 2007 9:00pm Drink a Toast to Tap Water: Study Suggests Water Consumption Benefit Outweighs THM Hazard Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Strong Verbal Skills in Childhood May Raise Drinking Risk, Study Suggests by Medline Plus Posted Thu 12 Sep 2013 4:00pm These expressive kids scored higher in 'sensation-seeking,' researchers found Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Development , Underage Drinking Read on »
Evidence suggests that one way to lose fat is to drink more water by Dr. John B. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:50pm I was out of the UK two weeks of January, but if I’d been here I have a feeling I’d have witnessed a fair few magazines touting healthy regimes for the New Year on the ‘detox’ theme. A key element of such regimes is usually a good intake of water. This, it is often said, [...] Read on »
Light Drinking in Pregnancy Not Linked to Development Problems in Childhood, Study Suggests by Baby Mum-Mum .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 17 Apr 2013 9:03pm From the moment a woman discovers she is pregnant, everything changes- often starting with diet and ditching unhealthy vices.  Some of those vices like caffeine and alcohol have remained without exact amounts or knowledge of just how much is ok during pregnancy.  Oddly enough the cycling of fatigue, insomnia, and mood swings during pregnancy has ... Read on »
Drinking Milk as Teens Might Not Protect Men's Bones, Study Suggests by Medline Plus Posted Tue 19 Nov 2013 9:00am Instead, research found boys who consumed more milk had higher risk of hip fractures as adults Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Child Nutrition , Fractures , Men's Health Read on »
Cause, effect & underage drinking by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Thu 24 Sep 2009 10:11pm Two interesting findings about underage drinking. The first on the relationship between early alcohol use and chronic alcohol problems later in life. The second looks at the relationship between early alcohol use and poor judgment later in life. We've known for some time that there is a relationship between early drinking and alcohol problem ... Read on »
How to Get Ass Happy and Informed About Things We Drink by Amanda Health Maven Posted Sat 27 Feb 2010 8:56pm You Are What You Drink  We like to drink. We drink pop, coffee, teas, and fruit juice and lot of other weird and wonderful concoctions. Oh yeah and booze - I'm leaving that one for today. Although I will say - not all booze is bad. In fact it can have tons of health benefits. Everything in small doses - well not everything - but you know what i ... Read on »
Why diet soft drink or soda might not help you lose weight by OlwenAnderson Health Maven Posted Fri 14 Jun 2013 10:00am When you’re trying to lose weight, you may have deliberately chosen ‘diet’ soft drinks instead of the sugar-laced variety. Fewer calories going in should result in weight loss, surely? Unfortunately, scientific research suggests that choosing artificial sweeteners, especially in soft drinks, could have the reverse effect: weight increase. They su ... Read on »
More on the grim neurobiology of early drinking by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Oct 2008 5:00am Previous studies have begged the question, Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research has a study that attempts to provide an answer: "The key finding of this study was that people who started drinking before age 15, and to a lesser extent those who started drinking at ages 15 to 17, were more likely to become alcohol dependent as adults than ... Read on »