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More Coffee May Reduce Risk of Type II Diabetes

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April 25, 2014
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New research suggest drinking an extra cup, or six, of coffee can decrease your risk of type 2 diabetes. Yes, six. Video provided by Newsy


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Newsy (May 30, 2013) — Researchers from the University of Western Australia found drinking five or more cups of coffee daily could increase risk of obesity and diabetes.
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Mediterranean Diet Can Reduce Risk of Diabetes

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Newsy (Jan. 7, 2014) — According to researchers in Spain, a Mediterranean diet can lower the risk of type 2 diabetes by 40 percent.
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Climate: Nicaragua Solar Dryers Instead of Drought

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Deutsche Welle (June 3, 2013) — Nicaragua's unique weather conditions are ideal for growing coffee and cocoa beans. But climate change is threatening the weather system there - the dry periods are becoming more humid and conditions during the wet season are becoming more severe. Increasingly, crops are spoiling before they're harvested. With the help of solar dryers however, coffee, cocoa, fruit and wood can be dried within hours and made to last longer without adding chemicals. The Austrian company CONA has become the leading exporter of the component parts of these devices, which are being installed in even the remotest parts of the country.
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Reuters (Apr. 25, 2012) — Chinese scientists have cloned a genetically modified sheep containing a "good" type of fat found naturally in nuts, seeds, fish and leafy greens that helps reduce the risk of heart attacks and cardiovascular disease. Named "Peng Peng", the sheep was born in western China late last month. He's the first to have been produced by a simplfied technique called handmade cloning.
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