U.S. researchers in New Jersey found that lab rats consuming high fructose corn syrup had a greater increase of body weight than rats with access to sucrose or table sugar. However, does it also apply to humans?
on 03/26/2010 – Made popular on 03/26/2010
If you drink and eat products made with high fructose corn syrup then you may be at increased risk from developing high blood pressure, at least that is the result of a study by researchers from the University of Colorado. Its conclusion is countered by an organization involved with the manufacture of fructose.
Question: What do Hewlett-Packard (NYSE: HPQ) and Hostess Twinkies have in common? Answer: Both are made from roughly six ingredients; both are suffering from changing consumer and tastes and corporate mismanagement; and both will eventually enjoy some sort of renaissance comeback. Which brand will have a faster, sweeter recovery?
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I'm trying to build a system that can generate and record sounds within the range of about 0 - 50 or 55kHz.
The aim is to be able to produce sounds that e.g. rats can hear.. and possibly even mimic or play back recordings of rat sounds using the system. Would be interesting to record a rats response too .etc. Hence why we need both a way to generate sounds and record sounds.