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Children's taste sensitivity and food choices influenced by taste gene

...ldren, and were more likely to identify carbonated drinks as a preferred beverage. They also were less likely to name milk or water as one of their two favorite beverages. Favorite cereals and beverages of PP children had higher sugar content than corresponding selections of AA children. According to study...

Too much water may be as dangerous as too little during long-distance athletic events

...an dilute themselves." In addition popular sports drinks don't always include enough sodium to offset the body's loss of the mineral during exercise. The drinks often carry more water with smaller concentrations of salts than are normally found in the human bod...

Bush, Cheney and Rumsfeld are now species of slime-mold beetles -- but strictly in homage

...an dilute themselves." In addition popular sports drinks don't always include enough sodium to offset the body's loss of the mineral during exercise. The drinks often carry more water with smaller concentrations of salts than are normally found in the human bod...

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...an dilute themselves." In addition popular sports drinks don't always include enough sodium to offset the body's loss of the mineral during exercise. The drinks often carry more water with smaller concentrations of salts than are normally found in the human bod...

Alcohol consumption disrupts breastfeeding hormones

...lways passed onto the fetus, a lactating woman who drinks occasionally can wait a few hours after she stops drinking to breastfeed so that her infant is not exposed to the alcohol in her milk. However, she needs to be aware that the hormones underlying lactation and her milk production will be affected in t...

Research may provide new link between soft drinks and weight gain

...h-fructose corn syrup?particularly carbonated soft drinks and some juices and cereals--has been thought to b...d to determine if high-fructose corn syrup in soft drinks is directly responsible for the current increase in human obesity. ...

Looking for the genes that affect a person's level of response to alcohol

...LR) to alcohol, or the need for a higher number of drinks to feel intoxication the first few times a person drinks, is more likely to occur in children of alcoholics, and predicts a greater risk for alcohol problems. A study in the November issue of Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research has fo...

No link found between caffeine intake and development of hypertension in women

...ps some other compound contained in soda-type soft drinks that may be responsible for the increased risk in hypertension. If these associations are causal, they may have considerable impact on public health." ...

Mapping alcohol brain damage

...stly Anglo-Celtic men who've averaged more than 10 drinks a day. The group analyses samples using a microarray analysis, a process they pioneered with human brain samples in 2000. From a DNA sample applied to a microscope slide, the microarray computer produces about 50,000 coloured spots showing which ...

It's in the genes: Study opens door to new treatment of the blues

...d showed decreased preference for palatable sugary drinks over plain water. A month later, the rodents' interest in sex and sweets had returned, but the social avoidance remained. The researchers found that long-term use of antidepressants, such as fluoxetine (Prozac) and imipramine (Trofanil), were succes...

Ghengis Khan wonder berry could conquer heart disease

...ed in Tibet, Mongolia, China and Russia for health drinks and various cosmetics. Juice extracted using curre...of blood vessels. Consuming the berries in food or drinks is expected to prevent the arteries from clogging up. Arumughan is confident that this technology...

It's OK for men with high blood pressure to have a drink or two, new study finds

...t men with high blood pressure can have one or two drinks a day without increasing risk for heart attack or ...erated that alcohol consumption of more than three drinks a day raises blood pressure and risk of hypertension, "so our findings are not a license for men wit...

Double the death rate from cirrhosis for 'blue collar' men

...rink heavily for more than a decade ?three to four drinks a day for men and two to three drinks a day for women. "Lower socio-economic groups appear to have increased their harmful alcohol con...

Runners -- Let thirst be your guide

...n among the sports community that consuming sports drinks rather than water will protect you from becoming hyponatremic. That’s simply not true,” he says. “Drinking too much of anything puts some people at risk for potentially dangerous levels of hyponatremia.” The disorder occurs when endurance exercise...

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