Link Roundup – Pledge, Pledge, Pledge

Our weekly health news review starts with a suitable story for January, which is National Soup Month:

Tomorrow is the 5th annual National Soup Swap Day, when communities share homemade soup in small freezable containers. The organizers invite you to join, any day you choose.

You might think that “blueberry cereal” and “blueberry muffins” would contain some actual blueberries. This exposé video explains why you’d be wrong. (NaturalNews.tv)

To slash your diabetes risk, you’ll need walking shoes (LA Times) and a mug (LiveScience)

Nevermind the tanning salon! There’s a healthier way to give your skin a golden glow. (ScienceDaily) Just don’t overdo it. (Healthmad)

Can ginger root really ease muscle soreness the day after a workout? (New York Times)

On the heels of their recent Bottled Water Scorecard, the Environmental Working Group invites you to take their no-bottled-water pledge. You can also pledge to boycott bluefin tuna (Center for Biological Diversity) or to just walk (JustWalkPledge.com).

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