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Iced tea contains a high level of oxalate, which can increase the risk of kidney stones, warns Milner.

Iced tea consumption linked to kidney stones

By Nathan Gray

High consumption of iced tea drinks could be linked to the formation of kidney stones – especially in those who are at high risk of the painful disorder – warns one researcher.

Top energy drink delays ‘wound closure': US study

Top energy drink delays ‘wound closure': US study

By Ben Bouckley

A study analyzing the effects of dosing cultured animal cells with energy drinks has found that they delayed wound closure, but not due to the combined or isolated effects of major ingredients caffeine, taurine and glucose.

Children don’t switch milk for sweetened drinks, claim researchers

Children don’t switch milk for sweetened drinks, claim researchers

By Caroline Scott-Thomas

US children drink less milk and more sweetened beverages like soda and sports drinks as they get older, but such drinks do not necessarily replace milk in children’s diets, according to new research published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition...

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