Study: Children choose sweet drinks

10/10/2006 | Forbes

Children tend to buy sodas and sugar-sweetened drinks from school vending machines and children who eat in quickserve restaurants are likely to drink sugar-sweetened beverages, according to a Harvard School of Public Health study that evaluated the vending machine choices and quickserve restaurant orders of 1,500 students at 10 middle schools.

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