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June 22, 2005

Diabetes and Caffeine

People with type 1 diabetes may have a new reason to appreciate a cup of coffee. Caffeine intake, in normal amounts, is associated with a significant reduction in nighttime episodes of excessively low blood sugar levels -- or hypoglycemia -- according to UK researchers. (Reuters)

June 17, 2005

Green Tea and Autoimmune Diseases

Green tea, already lauded for its cancer-fighting ability, may also protect against certain autoimmune diseases, new research suggests. (HealthDay News)

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December 03, 2004

Red Meat Linked to Arthritis Risk

"Eating large amounts of red meat may increase the risk of rheumatoid arthritis. A study which used information from people aged 45 to 75 found consuming high levels of red meat such as beef and lamb was an independent risk factor for inflammatory arthritis."

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