NYC ad campaign focuses on dangers of sugar-sweetened drinks

06/5/2013 | CBS News

New York City's Health Department has launched a $1.4 million ad campaign to warn people about the health and obesity risks of drinking sweet teas, sports and energy drinks, and fruit-flavored beverages. The ads point out the drinks can have a high sugar content and suggest people drink fat-free milk and water and eat fresh fruit instead of having juice.

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