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Good morning -- morning everyone at home soon -- be getting something extra in your milk.
Even if you don't want -- the dairy industry is asking the FDA for permission to add aspartame more artificial sweeteners to low fat and skim milk.
They say it will encourage school kids who don't like the flavor of milk to drink it.
Aspartame is what makes diet sodas sweet however over the years health experts have raised concerns about its safety no word on when the FDA will make a decision.
And could being miserable mean you're going to live longer according to a new study the answer is yes.
Researchers found older people who are pessimistic.
Live longer and healthier lives and those who -- optimistic.
The study says having a pessimistic attitude encourages people to be more cautious and careful.
It also found people who expected bad things to happen to them had good health and -- stable income.
The researchers did say occasional optimism can improve someone's condition.
In some cases and finally here's a reason to -- this Friday morning researchers have discovered.
This simple -- -- smiling reduces stress and -- the heart.
Some studies say only full and genuine smiles have the benefits while others claim even a polite -- house.
Scientists found -- the bigger someone smiled after performing a stressful task.
The faster they relax in their heart -- return to the normal pace on the flip side researchers found frowning had the opposite effect they say turning your frown upside down.
Actually does help alleviate depression.
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