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but Republicans in general say state agencies such as the Pollution Control Agency and Department of Natural Resources over regulate Minnesotans. Limon said in the recorded appeal, “Who will win the general elections in 2019 is a decision for the Nigerian people." Justice Daniel P.

but actually there are a number of preventative initiatives the county works on to help keep foster care from being necessary. According to Hindustan Times. They deserve a swift exit from federal employment, It would be a grave mistake for the Senate to stand in the doorway, Ukach-Ukwu Awuzie on behalf of its National Executive Council said the strike action couldn’t have taken place in the first place if the federal government was able to live up to its responsibility and?had done what was expected of it initially He reiterated that the strike became inevitable due to the refusal of the government to sign the agreement it “willingly through the process of collective bargaining entered into with the union after two and half years of negotiations” The ASUU president said; “if there was mutual confidence and understanding between ASUU & FG there would have been no strike” he concluded He’d then wash it all down with a Diet CokeJust how much diet soda the president consumes though was revealed Saturday by the New York Times which reported that Trump has a button to summon household staff for one of the 12 Diet Cokes he drinks each dayIt’s a lot of soda to consume in one day and – were it regular soda – most research suggests the potential consequences would be alarming A 12-ounce can of regular Coke has 140 calories and 39 grams of sugar By drinking Diet Coke instead which has no calories or sugar Trump has avoided consuming 1680 calories and 468 grams of sugar dailyBut the effects of drinking diet soda have been long debated by experts with some studies raising concerns about long-term health consequences Experimental research on artificial sweeteners like the ones found in diet soda is inconclusive The Canadian Medical Association Journal found in July that there are very few randomly controlled studies on artificial sweeteners – just seven trials involving only about 1000 people – that looked at what happened when people consumed artificial sweeteners for more than six monthsNearly half of adults and a quarter of children consume artificial sweeteners each day according to the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsDiet soda might be a good short-term substitute for people trying to stay away from the high-sugar content of regular soda when consumed in small amounts Some dietitians and nutrition scientists believe sucralose and stevia which can both be found in diet sodas are a healthier alternative for people to enjoy sweet drinks without the caloriesBut others say artificial sweeteners can confuse the brain and the body desensitizing consumers to sugar and leading them to consume more sweets without being aware of their calorie intakeThere is one thing however most studies agree on: Even if diet soda is healthier you probably shouldn’t be drinking 12 cans a dayHere’s what the risks might be if – like Trump – you doStroke or dementiaPeople who drank diet soda daily were three times more likely to develop stroke and dementia than those who consumed it weekly or less according to a study published in April in the journal Stroke The study followed 2888 people aged 45 and over for risk of stroke and 1484 people 60 and over for dementia over 10 years They were participants of the Framingham Heart Study in which several thousand men and women have taken regular health tests since the 1970sThe study found those who consumed at least one artificially sweetened drink a day compared to less than one a week were three times as likely to have an ischemic stroke from blood vessel blockage They were also three times as likely to be diagnosed with dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease The effect of diet sodas persisted even if the researchers controlled for factors such as diabetes or high blood pressureBut Matthew Pace a Boston University School of Medicine neurologist and the study’s lead author emphasized that the research showed only a correlation – and not causation While the risk of stroke and dementia was greater the numbers were low"Three percent of the people had a new stroke and five percent developed dementia so we’re still talking about a small number of people developing either stroke or dementia" he said in a video explaining the studyIn responding to the study the American Beverage Association said in a statement that low-calorie sweeteners have been proven safe by worldwide government safety authorities as well as "hundreds of scientific studies""There is nothing in this research that counters this well-established fact" officials saidAn unsafe amount of caffeine consumptionAbout 400 milligrams of caffeine a day is what’s considered safe for most healthy adults according to the Mayo ClinicThat amount is equal to four cups of brewed coffee and 10 cans of soda – two cans less than the amount Trump drinksThat much caffeine can lead to migraines insomnia restlessness and muscle tremorsWeight gainObesity rates have leveled off in the last decade in terms of BMI while the consumption of noncaloric sweeteners increasedThose patterns could mean that artificial sweeteners have helped curb obesity but studies in recent years suggest those sweeteners are causing the exact thing the people consuming them are hoping to avoid: weight gainThe Canadian Medical Association Journal study in July found there wasn’t much evidence proving sweeteners prevented weight loss Researchers looked at 30 studies tracking people’s diets over time and found that those who consumed sweeteners were more likely to have increases in their waist and waistlines – and had a higher risk of obesity hypertension metabolic syndrome Type 2 diabetes and strokes"I think originally it was calories were the problem and we’ve made something that was zero calories so we’re good" Meghan Azad a researcher at the University of Manitoba told The Washington Post in July "But we’re learning that it’s not just about the calories"In 2015 researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio examined data for nearly 10 years from 749 Mexican Americans and European Americans ages 65 and older and found that daily and occasional diet soda drinkers gained almost three times as much belly fat as non-drinkersOccasional diet soda drinkers added an average of 183 inches to their waist circumferences while the non-drinkers added 8 inches over the nearly 10-year period Those who consumed diet soda daily gained 316 inchesBut some reports show that the benefits or harm of artificial sweeteners depend on what they’re paired withFor example a 2012 study by The New England Journal of Medicine found that Dutch children who consumed one artificially sweetened beverage each day for 18 months gained less weight than those who drank one sugary beverage a dayThen in August Dana Small a neuroscientist at Yale University told Vox that her research suggests artificial sweeteners could cause weight gain if consumed with carbohydrates because the blend of foods disrupts the body’s metabolic response A diet drink consumed on an empty stomach could be less harmful than one consumed with say a Big MacIt’s a concerning discovery she said because food companies are designing "healthier" products that contain blends of sweeteners and carbohydrates For example Chobani’s Simply 100 yogurt contains 14 grams of carbohydrate (six of them from sugar) and stevia leaf extract Vox reportedPeople who drink three or more artificially sweetened beverages a day Small told Vox could be more likely to drink them during meals with carbs that disrupt the body’s metabolic responseIn various Q & As during his campaign Trump expressed his love for pasta second helpings of potatoes au gratin and steakIf he’s drinking 12 cans of Diet Coke a day it’s likely he’s drinking some of them with carbsTrump tweeted "I have never seen a thin person drinking Diet Coke"Trump also tweeted "People are going crazy with my comments on Diet Coke (soda) Let’s face it–this stuff just doesn’t work It makes you hungry"A Treehouse of Horror episode in The Simspons explored the idea of what would happen if dolphins used their incredible intellect to take over mankind Lisa releases a dolphin named Snorky from the confines of its enclosure at the Springfield Marine World without realising hes king of all dolphins Despite the citizens of Springfield launching an attack on the clowns of the ocean as Homer dubs them mankind loses and is forced to live a life on the sea And in a bone-chilling development it appears the only thing standing in the way of that actually happening is dolphins lack of handsCredit: Fox/The SimpsonsAccording to a new study dolphins and humans are on a par in virtually every aspect thats needed for planetary dominance Published in Nature the study says: "Whales and dolphins (cetaceans) have the largest nervous systems of any taxonomic group and rank highly on every putative measure of neuroanatomical complexity"Many cetaceans are also organised in hierarchical social structures and display an astonishing breadth of cultural and prosocial behaviours providing a rare parallel to humans and other primates in terms of social behavioural and neuroanatomical complexity"via GIPHYDolphins also give each other names they look after children that arent theirs and they learn from each other as well as hunting with each other University of Manchester evolutionary biologist Dr Susanne Shultz co-authored the study and says: "Unfortunately they wont ever mimic our great metropolises and technologies because they didnt evolve opposable thumbs"Their intellect is so sophisticated that the US Navy has been using bottlenose dolphins for years to help find equipment lost at sea keep swimmers out of restricted waters and even detect underwater mines Sea Watch Foundation Monitoring Officer Katrin Lohrengel has told LADbible: "Bottlenose dolphins are renowned for their intelligence which has been compared to that of great apes They have been observed using tools in the wild they have been shown to have a sense of self-awareness and are able to understand complex instructions even understanding basic human syntax"As all dolphin species they are equipped with what is essentially biological sonar echolocation which they use to hunt down prey and which the navy makes use of underwater detect mines"Navy DolphinCredit: US Navy/Photographers Mate 1st Class Brien AhoNational Geographic says the species also has the longest memory in the animal kingdom In the mid-90s researchers tested the dolphins sensitivity by burying three metal cylinders made of brass stainless steel or aluminium two feet under mud in the ocean A dolphin called BJ was able to distinguish between each cylinder – illustrating why they are so good at detecting minesDolphins along with sea lions have guarded a US army ammunition pier during the Vietnam War and were deployed from Bahrain during a late stage of the Iran-Iraq war to help protect against attacks on the US Navy Third Fleet They helped provide security for the 1996 US Republican National Convention at the San Diego Convention Centre as well as clearing mines in the Persian Gulf just before the US-led invasion of IraqThe US Navy Marine Mammal was believed to have the Pentagons financial backing until 2020 But in 2012 the Navy unveiled plans for the Knifefish a torpedo-shaped underwater robot which would be ready for deployment in 2017 The BBC reported that theyre also buying a German mine-hunting robot which basically makes the dolphins and sea lions obsolete – in military terms at least So count your blessings we developed hands and thumbs and the dolphins didnt because it would be a very different world if they had Sources: National Geographic BBC Nature Featured Image Credit: Fox/The Simpsons Topics: World news Interestingm. 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