Technique measures sweetened drink consumption

05/20/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers say they can tell how much of a sweetened drink was consumed by analyzing a hair strand or blood sample of the consumer. The technique provides a longer-term analysis than relying on urine samples, which only show how much was consumed in a day.

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