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aarp.orgHealth at 70+ — Dietary Needs, Diabetes, Cancer RiskThe good news in your 70s is that you have many great adventures ahead, but your quality of life is in your hands. You’re 26 percent less likely to die of cancer than your parents’ generation, but your heart may need a fresh battery because the natural “pacemaker” cells in your ticker are declining.
gizmodo.comDiet Soda Might Still Contribute to Diabetes, Rat Study SuggestsFor as long as artificial sweeteners have existed, people have been warned about their supposed health risks such as cancer and multiple sclerosis. But while these claims are routinely debunked as nothing more than junk science, some research—including a new study presented this week at the annual Experimental Biology conference—is beginning to indicate that sweeteners could actually contribute to health problems like type 2 diabetes.