Study: Link "unclear" between sugar-sweetened drinks and obesity

01/4/2010 | Reuters

A five-year study involving 2,294 U.S. teens failed to establish a clear link between drinking sugar-sweetened beverages and weight gain. The study demonstrated that the reported link may be "weaker than we have been led to believe by individual high-profile studies," said one of the study's authors.

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