Fake vs Genuine Adderall Medicine

Fake vs Genuine Adderall Medicine. There should be a special place in hell reserved for people who make counterfeit drugs.

Okay, maybe there is no hell but we think drug counterfeiters — who take money from sick people and who sell them fake drugs that may ultimately harm them — are the lowest of the low and the scummiest of scums who should be arrested and locked up in jail till the end of tiem.

The latest medicine that these counterfeiters are faking is the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drug Adderall from Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.

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Is McDonald’s Fruitizz Healthy or Calorie-Ridden?

Is Fruitizz a healthier alternative to Coke or Pepsi? Or is it the same-old same-old calorie-ridden drink that will make your kids fat?

Listening to the sales pitch of McDonald’s execs about Fruitizz would make you think that the world’s biggest fast food chain has finally found an answer to criticisms that it is promoting unhealthy eating. However, critics argue that Fruitizz actually contains 200 calories and 49 grams of sugar and that a large drink of the supposed healthy alternative “has more sugar than a can of Fanta”. According to The Sun, 45 grams is equivalent to 12 teaspoons of sugar so that’s really a lot, no? Can you imagine yourself putting 12 teaspoons of sugar in your cup of coffee or tea?

But what are the ingredients of Fruitizz anyway? McDonalds has not released a detailed list of ingredients for its supposedly “healthy” drink but news reports state that it is “a blend of apple, grape and raspberries topped with sparkling water”.

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Weight Loss Surgery Cuts Type 2 Diabetes

It’s been less than one month since two studies — conducted independently by researchers in the United States and Italy — concluded that bariatric surgery may be the best treatment for obese people who suffer from type 2 diabetes.

Now a new study, conducted by yet another institution, also in Italy, comes to the same conclusion. All three studies found that patients who underwent weight loss surgery enjoyed improved diabetes outcomes compared to patients who received standard therapy and medications to control diabetes.

Obesity and diabetes are two major health challenges across the world, and for both diseases, the increasing prevalence has reached epidemic proportions. Even as the prevalence of diabetes in the U.S. and across the world is surging in parallel with obesity’s rise, the link between the two conditions is also well established: Some 80 percent of the 23 million adult Americans who have type 2 diabetes are either overweight or obese.

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