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Ride a Bike to Lower Diabetes Risk
Tech Times—Pump up your tires and grab your helmet: a new study shows that riding your bike regularly can reduce your risk for developing type 2 diabetes—no matter your age.
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One More Reason to Pass on Soda
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Live Science—While several studies have shown an association between artificial sweeteners and weight gain, recent studies involving laboratory animals may shed some light on just how that happens.
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