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"Thirty five. I'm Barbara Brooks have Lord traffic reports more often Canucks ten seventy NewsRadio the, heatwave is here temperatures in the triple digits at many Locations this week today we're going to see partly cloudy skies early on then sunny skies by mid morning look for highs. Around eighty degrees of the beaches low to mid nineties. Inland for Tuesday warmer look for mid eighties at the water low nineties until the triple digits in the locations and same thing for. Wednesday so a lot of areas are gonna, see triple digits and it's going to be in the mid to upper nineties along, the coast so very very warm for the, next several days really through the week right now seventy six, degrees in Fullerton eighty in San Bernardino seventy four degrees in south gate at one twenty seven well we've all heard about research showing that the possible health dangers of consuming lots of soft drinks but now a, new study suggests that the. Diet sodas and other artificially sweetened, soft drinks might actually reduce the risk of death from colon cancer and not just by a little bit by a lot found the people had. One or more such drinks every day. Cut their chances of dying from colon cancer by up to forty six. Percent compared to those who don't well if you love me Milk and cheese but worried that it's not good. For you new study says I guess this is the stories of things that you thought were bad for either actually really good contrary to popular belief the findings not only support but significantly strengthened the growing belief that Jerry fat does not increase risk of heart, disease in older adults in fact one fatty acid presence in dairy was actually founded potentially lower the risk. Of, death from cardiovascular disease Study, was conducted in, nearly three thousand participants age sixty five, years and older and they were followed up for over twenty years that's Marcia auto lead author of the study is. Houston school of public health the findings come as, milk sales in the. United States are dropping while milk alternatives, such as soy and almond have grown in.."