The rate of children and adults in the US who drank sugar-sweetened beverages on any given day dropped from 79.7% and 61.5%, respectively, in 2003 to 60.7% and 50% in 2014, researchers reported in the journal Obesity. The findings also showed reduced consumption of 100% fruit juice, especially among teens and those older than 40, while sugary drink intake remained highest among adolescents, blacks and Hispanics.
Sugary drink intake declining among US youths, adults
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