Seriously? Did no one check the facts?


(kcreig1) #1

I'm reading a Yahoo news article about Domino's changing their recipe. Then it talks about other companies changing their recipe to lower sugar in cereals due to "growing epidemic of childhood obesity and juvenile diabetes."

Did anyone check to see that you don't get juvenile diabetes by eating sugary cereal???!!

 

http://finance.yahoo.com/family-home/article/108410/dominos-latest-to-alter-product


(eva330) #2

you would think researching to make sure a story is correct is part of the job but apparently not!


(system) #3

[quote user="Kristin Creighton"]

I'm reading a Yahoo news article about Domino's changing their recipe. Then it talks about other companies changing their recipe to lower sugar in cereals due to "growing epidemic of childhood obesity and juvenile diabetes."

Did anyone check to see that you don't get juvenile diabetes by eating sugary cereal???!!

 

http://finance.yahoo.com/family-home/article/108410/dominos-latest-to-alter-product

[/quote]

Another case of "Not knowing that type 1 and type 2 are not the same" I have read type 2 is on the upswing in children.

 


(MomToType1Teen) #4

Funny, i was just about to post the same thing....trying to find out how to get in touch with lead author or a way to contact yahoo to let them know.  No such luck so far!


(kcreig1) #5

I tried to do the same... and I Could not find the new organization the author wrote for to comment on the article.