Researchers examine effects of sugary drinks

06/2/2008 | Yahoo! · Forbes

Children are drinking more sugar-sweetened beverages than they were 20 years ago. New research suggests the higher intake could be responsible for higher obesity rates. A similar study claims children who drink 100% fruit juice are not more likely to be overweight.

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