On Wednesday, 25 August 2004 21:34:28 UTC+5:30, firechief wrote:
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> Study Suggests Connection Between Women Consuming Soft Drinks,
> Developing Diabetes
> 08-24-2004 5:34 PM
> By TARA BURGHART
>
> CHICAGO -- Women who drink more than one sweetened soft drink a
> day are slightly more likely to develop diabetes than women who drink
> less than one a month, according to a new study.
>
> Obesity is strongly linked to type 2 diabetes _ the most common form of
> diabetes _ so the extra calories from soda account for at least some of
> the increased risk, said the Harvard University researchers who did the
> study.
>
> Globally, type 2 diabetes, a condition that often leads to heart disease
> and kidney failure, afflicts 154 million people and is blamed for about
> 3 millions deaths a year.
>
>
> Full story at:
>
> http://sandiego.cox.net/cci/newsnati...p;id=D84LTT801
>
> <http://sandiego.cox.net/cci/newsnati..._state=maximiz
> ed&view=article&id=D84LTT801>


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