Mudd's woman: FTFA:The results of the Boston University study, published in the journals Alzheimer's & Dementia and Stroke, accounted for factors that could have influenced the findings, such as age, sex education, exercise and calorie intake.0_o
Feel_the_velvet: Meh. Stroke, if it kills immediately, isn't a bad way to go.
foxyshadis: Do we have to have to correlation and causation talk again?
duckpoopy: foxyshadis: Do we have to have to correlation and causation talk again?No because everyone has already seen that lame xkcd, and the authors of this paper know better than some hack comic writer.
CowardlyLion: Okay. One more time, for anyone who'd been asleep in the back: "association" "correlation" "linked to" can (and, for purposes of science/medicine reporting, probably should be) replaced with "has farkall to do with"
duckpoopy: "full fat"?
Abox: The research also found that regular consumption of sugary drinks, including fruit juices, were also associated with a poorer memory and overall smaller brain brain volumes.I drink a lot of OJ and can't remember shiat. Or vice versa.
Tr0mBoNe: Me at 4pm:[imageshack.com image 500x281]Me at 5pm:[imageshack.com image 268x234]Straight liquor is the only way to fly
The Irresponsible Captain: I'm still going to put Tonic and Lime in my shot if it's ok. So far that's kept the Malaria and Scurvy at bay and I'm not taking any chances./Pass the Gin.
fasahd: "people who drank at least one artificially-sweetened beverage a day were 2.9 times more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease and three times as likely to suffer an ischemic stroke than those who barely drank any."So sucralose, stevia, and 'sweet and low' are all the same. That's a broad brush there Lou.
Nocrash: All different artificial sweeteners lumped together (and sugar) are associated with health outcomes worse than eating butter with a fork./best summary of tfa
SansNeural: Nocrash: All different artificial sweeteners lumped together (and sugar) are associated with health outcomes worse than eating butter with a fork./best summary of tfaWait, is that refrigerated butter or melted butter? 'Cause eating it with a fork, that could make a lot of difference to your health.
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