Children and Adults Switching to Sugar-laden Beverages

Beverage intake patterns of adults and children have shifted dramatically over the past several decades according to a study of beverage consumption conducted at the University of North Carolina. Children aged 2-18 average 91 fewer calories from milk. What are the drinking instead? Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSB) have almost doubled from 87 to 154 calories a day…

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Alcohol Leads to Empty Promises

According to the "alcohol-myopia theory," individuals under the influence of alcohol tend to ignore peripheral information and focus on the immediate. New research confirms that people having consumed alcohol may be determined to reach a goal, but once sober, they no longer walk the talk! In fact, when the odds were very low of attaining…

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