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SCIENTISTS SAY GARGLING WITH LEMONADE COULD HELP YOU QUIT SMOKING: Scientists say if you're desperate to quit smoking they might have bizarre aid- gargling with lemonade. Scientists have found that the interaction of sugar on the tongue boosts attention and energy and can improve self-control, at least temporarily. To find this, scientists had students perform a task to deplete their self-control, and then a second task that required the use of more self-control. While doing the second task, some students rinsed their mouths with lemonade sweetened with artificial sweetener, and some rinsed with lemonade sweetened with real sugar. Those who rinsed with real-sugar-lemonade improved their performance of the second-task. Scientists say the sugar triggers the motivational centers of the brain where self-related goals are stored, and tells it to pay attention. (Daily Mail)