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Does Diet Soda Actually Make You Eat More Calories?

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January 17, 2014
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A study suggests overweight and obese adults who drink diet drinks consume more calories from food than adults who drink regular soda.


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Sugar: Just Say No

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Ivanhoe (Feb. 3, 2014) — If your kid plays sports, chances are you’ve worried about concussions. But did you know the number one killer of young athletes is actually sudden cardiac arrest? Find out what you need to know before your child takes the field. Video provided by Ivanhoe.
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