Socioeconomic status impacts soda, junk-food intake in children

08/22/2012 | CANOE (Toronto)

A Canadian study in Public Health Nutrition showed 54.5% of children from poorer areas drank at least one soda per week, compared with 40.8% of those living in higher-income communities. Children from lower-income neighborhoods were also more likely to consume junk foods and sweets than those from higher-income areas, researchers noted.

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