SHOW #75 (September 6, 2015)
SUGAR: THE NOT-SO-SWEET HEALTH RISKS.
Also: Middle-age distracted drivers often put their young passengers at risk, when to have 'the booze talk' with your kids, common household safety hazards for children and the link between sleep and breast cancer survival?
 
         
     
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show.

Wellness Letter: Is Sugar Making Us Sick?

Wellness Letter: Avoiding Added Sugar

Medical Xpress: Middle-Aged Drivers Admit to Using Cellphones While Driving, Even With Children in the Car

NBC News: Have the 'Booze Talk' By Age 9, Pediatricians' Group Advises

Safe Kids Worldwide: New Research Reveals Parents Unaware of Hazards in the Home

Hutch News: Good Sleep May Improve Breast Cancer Survival


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