Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The List Of What Won't Make You Sick Is Shorter

Soft Drinks May Raise Odds for Respiratory Ills: Study

 Drinking a lot of soft drinks may increase the risk for asthma and/or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a new study suggests.
Nearly 17,000 people aged 16 and older in South Australia were asked about their consumption of soft drinks such as Coke, flavored mineral water, lemonade, Powerade and Gatorade.
More than 10 percent of the participants said they drank more than half a liter of soft drinks a day, according to the study, published in the February issue of the journal Respirology. That's a little more than two 8-ounce glasses of soft drinks.
The researchers found that 13.3 percent of the participants with asthma and 15.6 percent of those with COPD consumed more than half a liter of soft drinks a day.

They never stop,they never get tired.
It never bothers them.
So far in the last 8 days sugar should be regulated, but the alternative is no better.Obesity and the news that it's contagoius because of microbes in the digestive tract.
Then comes the news that salt gives you cancer.
I wonder if I'll pick up the paper tomorrow and read that shaving is killing us all .
Oops too late.

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