Just because I like their results, I’m telling you of a couple of research conclusions. In my flair for honesty, I admit that next week or next month or next decade, another series of experiments may prove these current conclusions wrong. Go figure.
A Daily Cup of Coffee May Halt Alzheimers
By Rebecca SmithLast Updated: 1:45am BST 03/04/2008
Drinking one cup of coffee a day could protect against Alzheimer’s disease, according to research.
These results please me because: 1. I like coffee 2. I don’t want to come down with Alzheimers.
No benefit in drinking eight glasses of water a day, scientists say
By Rebecca Smith, Medical EditorLast Updated: 2:02am BST 03/04/2008
The idea that drinking eight glasses of water a day is good for your health has been dismissed as a myth.
This pleases me because I find it hard to drink eight glasses of water every day, and sometimes people say I should drink more water, and now I can retort, “Not according to
Dr Dan Negoianu and Dr Stanley Goldfarb, of the Renal, Electrolyte and Hypertension Division at the University of Pennsylvania.”
I’m taking a break now. Time for my first cup of coffee, and, watch me, I’m not drinking water. 🙂
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