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Wednesday, 5 September 2012

Wednesday, September 5, 2012
High-fructose corn syrup, the cheap, prevalent and much maligned sweetener, is famously in foods like soda, candy and cake. If you look out for it, you may know that it's also in many sauces and dressings. But what about macaroni and cheese? Or frozen pizza?

After the Healthy Living team found corn syrup solids printed high on the ingredients list of some nuts we were snacking on here at the office, we decided to investigate. Just how often did we find corn-based sweeteners in surprising places?
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Orfeu M. Buxton, Ph.D: The Dangerous Link Between Poverty And Sleep Deprivation
Sleep, a powerful source of resilience, is usually noticed most when deficient. One recurring theme of the "Great Recession" is the impact of financial hardship on sleep, stress, and health.
Elizabeth Kuster: Brooklyn Bridge Graffiti: Soul Wisdom From Around The World
As I walked across the Brooklyn Bridge over Labor Day weekend, I was struck by the positive nature of the graffiti scrawled all over the wooden planks -- uplifting "big picture" messages written by random people from around the world, for random people from around the world.
Meredith Melnick: A Convention-Inspired Workout Mix
As the Democratic National Convention gets into full swing, we're continuing our project of listing one workout song for every state in the union. How'd we do?
Glenn D. Braunstein, M.D.: Should You Get An Annual Physical?
For those of you who get annual physicals, check out with your physician whether this is a necessary checkup. You may be pleasantly surprised that you can forego this routine ritual and see that your kids do it, instead.

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