Research links sugary beverages to teen weight gain

02/4/2013 | USA Today

Teens who stopped drinking beverages containing sugar gained 4 fewer pounds over a year than those who continued to have such beverages, and that number jumped to 14 fewer pounds for Hispanic adolescents, according to new research. A second study found teens who drank sports drinks and sodas gained weight.

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