There is a growing body of evidence pointing to the negative health consequences of sugar-sweetened beverages including a heightened risk to the health of your kidneys. However, the findings from previous studies on kidney disease risk and sweetened beverages have been inconsistent. To provide more clarity, researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health conducted […]
December is the month of festivities. It is also the month when you indulge in a lot of drinking as you attend parties, events and family get-together. By the end of this month, you are often less energetic, have put on a few kilos and are craving a good night’s sleep. However, you can easily […]
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