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By Meghan Rabbitt

You drift off at night like a newborn baby yet can’t recall the last time you woke up truly refreshed. It may not seem that weird: “People tend to assume that because our modern lives are so hectic, nobody feels rested,” says Meir Kryger, MD, a professor at the Yale School of Medicine. But the reality is, you might have a sleep disorder and not even know it. … read more

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By Rebecca Brown.

It’s no secret — large quantities of sugar can harm the body in many ways, from causing inflammation to increasing the chance of developing obesity and coronary heart disease, which is why the Australian Heart Association (AHA) recommends that the average person limit their intake of added sugar to five teaspoons for women and nine teaspoons for men.

But the artificial stuff isn’t necessarily better for you.
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