Taking sodas out of schools might have little impact, study shows

11/12/2008 | United Press International

A study suggests that taking sugar-sweetened beverages out of schools has only a limited impact on teen consumption. Researchers looked at schools that reduced availability of sugar-sweetened beverages and ones that did not, and found that consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages decreased in all students.

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