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Sugary Drinks Don't Add To Childhood Obesity
2012-06-15 10:04:17

Connie K. Ho for redOrbit.com A new study by Canadian researchers finds that children and youth who consume sugary drinks do not have any higher risk at becoming obese when compared to their peers who drink healthy beverages. The project was conducted by looking at the relationship between beverage consumption of Canadian children between the ages of two and 18 as well as their risk of obesity. The children were measured by their height and weight to track any changes. The findings...

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