The Western diet is typically high in salt and fructose, which have pressor activity. Maternal diet can affect offspring blood pressure, but the extent to which maternal intake of excess salt and fructose may influence cardiovascular function of the offspring is unknown. We sought to determine the effect of moderate maternal dietary intake of salt and/or fructose on resting and stimulated cardiovascular function of the adult male and female offspring.
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“I really believe we should treat marijuana the way we treat beverage alcohol,” Robertson told The New York Times on Wednesday. “I’ve never used marijuana and I don’t intend to, but it’s just one of those things that I think: this war on drugs just hasn’t succeeded.”The comments came after Robertson affirmed his support for marijuana decriminalization which he had voiced in 2010 on his TV show, “The 700 Club,” last week.”I became sort of a hero of the hippie culture, I guess, when I said I think we ought to decriminalize the possession of marijuana,” Robertson, 81, said on his Christian Broadcasting Network show.”I just think it shocking how many of these young people wind up in prison and they get turned into hard core criminals because they had a possession of a very small amount of controlled substance,” he said on his show. “The whole thing is crazy.”CNN’s Belief Blog: The faith angles behind the biggest storiesRobertson told the Times that he “absolutely” supports pro marijuana legalization ballot initiatives in Colorado and Washington, though he said he would not actively campaign for them.Many marijuana legalization advocates, who tend to be liberal or libertarian and who often see Robertson as a boogeyman for his opposition to same sex marriage and abortion rights, have welcomed Robertson’s support while also noting their surprise.”Pat Robertson clearly stated and well reasoned comments throw a curve ball into the growing debate over legalizing marijuana,” said Ethan Nadelmann, executive director of the pro marijuana legalization Drug Policy Alliance, in a statement Thursday.”The millions of people who listen to and respect him are mostly conservatives, Republicans and older Americans (who) have been the least likely to support legalizing marijuana,” Nadelmann said.Follow the CNN Belief Blog on TwitterA spokesman for Robertson said Thursday that the televangelist was inundated with interview requests and that he was unavailable for immediate comment.Robertson said on his show last week that he opposed incarceration for marijuana offenses on humanitarian grounds and because of the costs involved.”We just got to change the laws,” he said.