Researchers found that teenagers were up to 50 per cent less likely to buy sugar sweetened beverages at stores if they found visible and clear caloric information on sugary beverages, specifically if it was expressed in terms of a physical activity equivalent, i.e. how much exercise it would take to burn off the calories consumed.


This new policy represents an effort to combat obesity and heart disease, besides improving children nutrition.


Have you ever been dying of thirst and someone said, "You know, you may have diabetes?"


Research from cardiologists from the US found that water fasting can lower your risk of suffering coronary artery disease and diabetes.