Shine: We know that sugary sodas aren’t good for our bodies; now it turns out that they may not be good for our minds, either. A new study of more than 260,000 people has found a link between sweetened soft-drinks and depression — and diet sodas may be making matters worse.
I don’t drink diet coke (not capping that) because
I hate diet coke I don’t put junk in the temple. But if you do, looks like you’re pretty much dead. Don’t Ray Lewis the messenger.
(But I do drink coffee and booze, and bad news, that was the next sentence in the article was something about coffee drinkers being in danger of depression also, and even though I claim that I perk up when I’m drinking booze, I’m pretty sure it’s a depressant. Guess we’re all f-ed, because between soda drinkers, coffee drinkers, and binge drinkers, I think we’ve covered everybody. Of course the depression might stem from the fact that most of those 260,000 drones probably had to go to work yesterday, and probably have to go work today, and probably have to go to work tomorrow, until they’re dead.)
If you made it to work today and didn’t off yourself, Happy Thursday!