Death by sugar, not so sweet

Death by sugar, not so sweet

Added sugar may be breaking our hearts, suggests new study from the Centers for Disease Control

Just in time for Valentine's Day: a new government study suggests Americans eat too much sugar and it's increasing our risk of dying from heart disease.

Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) analyzed nutrition surveys of U.S. adults from the past couple of decades and found most were getting more sugar than the daily limit set by the World Health Organization (WHO). And, participants who got more than the recommended amount of calories from adde

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