Children's aggression may be linked to drinking soda, study says

08/16/2013 | Reuters · CNN/The Chart blog

Five-year-olds who drank at least four servings of soda daily had double the risk of aggressive behaviors compared with children who did not drink any soda, according to a study on the website of the Journal of Pediatrics. Researchers noted that regular soda intake also was associated with social withdrawal and attention problems.

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