A number of studies have shown that artificial sweeteners promote weight gain. Now, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found an explanation for why the sugar substitute aspartame actually has theopposite of its intended effect—to aid in weight loss.
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How Sugar Substitutes Prevent Weight Loss
ScienceDaily—A number of studies have shown that artificial sweeteners promote weight gain. Now, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) have found an explanation for why the sugar substitute aspartame actually has theopposite of its intended effect—to aid in weight loss.
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NPR—Although improvements in sanitation and the development of vaccines and medications like antibiotics have reduced deaths from infectious diseases dramatically, the appearance of a new disease—HIV in 1981, West Nile virus in 1999, Zika virus in 2016, for example—can still pose a significant threat.
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