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Do fizzy drinks cause aggression?

January 17, 2012


Dateline: 24 October 2011 // Posted by: Stephen Smith Source: Evening Herald, The Telegraph, Irish Independent Story: “Just one can of a fizzy drink a day makes teens more aggressive” Summary: A new study conducted by researchers in the United States has revealed that the consumption of five cans or more of non-diet carbonated soda drinks is linked […]

Coffee: The new Prozac?

December 19, 2011


Dateline: 26 September 2011 // Posted by: Lauren Fergus Source: Los Angeles Times Story: “Caffeine’s buzz chases away women’s depression” Summary: A recent news article in the LA Times has reported that a new research paper — “Coffee, caffeine and risk of depression among women” (published in the academic journal Archives of Internal Medicine) — reported […]