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Study finds excess caffeine consumption among Italian adolescents

Study finds excess caffeine consumption among Italian adolescents

Excessive screen exposure at age 2 can translate into less healthy lifestyle habits in adolescence

Excessive screen exposure at age 2 can translate into less healthy lifestyle habits in adolescence

A daily cup of hot tea may lower glaucoma risk

A daily cup of hot tea may lower glaucoma risk

Teachers call for ban on sale of energy drinks to under-16s in schools

Teachers call for ban on sale of energy drinks to under-16s in schools

Study highlights overlooked impact of sugar-sweetened beverages on oral health

Study highlights overlooked impact of sugar-sweetened beverages on oral health

Energy-drink consumption influences alcohol-induced body sway

Energy-drink consumption influences alcohol-induced body sway

Researchers identify intervention strategies to curb consumption of energy drinks

Researchers identify intervention strategies to curb consumption of energy drinks

Diminished taste sensitivity could put people on path to gaining weight

Diminished taste sensitivity could put people on path to gaining weight

Researchers find link between harmful chemicals and chronic diseases in men

Researchers find link between harmful chemicals and chronic diseases in men

Study looks into specific elements of Mediterranean diet for colorectal health

Study looks into specific elements of Mediterranean diet for colorectal health

UAB medical professionals provide few tips to help men get healthy

UAB medical professionals provide few tips to help men get healthy

Maternal consumption of artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to obesity in children

Maternal consumption of artificially sweetened beverages during pregnancy linked to obesity in children

Sugary drinks may impact memory and diet alternatives could cause dementia

Sugary drinks may impact memory and diet alternatives could cause dementia

Excess sugar in sports drinks and diet soda may damage the brain, research suggests

Excess sugar in sports drinks and diet soda may damage the brain, research suggests

Study: Political leanings, weight influence people's opinions on obesity-related public policies

Study: Political leanings, weight influence people's opinions on obesity-related public policies

Adolescent, early adult diet linked to chronic inflammation may increase premenopausal breast cancer risk

Adolescent, early adult diet linked to chronic inflammation may increase premenopausal breast cancer risk

Dietary fructose consumption may increase risk for NASH in children and adolescents

Dietary fructose consumption may increase risk for NASH in children and adolescents

Policymakers need to recognize economic and health benefits of tax on sugary drinks, study suggests

Policymakers need to recognize economic and health benefits of tax on sugary drinks, study suggests

Study finds 200% increase in consumption of low-calorie sweeteners among U.S. children

Study finds 200% increase in consumption of low-calorie sweeteners among U.S. children

Sugar-free versions of drinks may be no better for maintaining healthy weight, argue researchers

Sugar-free versions of drinks may be no better for maintaining healthy weight, argue researchers