Availability plays a role in soda intake among children

05/17/2013 | DailyRx.com

Children with access to sugary beverages at school were up to three times as likely as others to consume very high amounts of such items, a study revealed. Researchers also found children allowed to consume soft drinks at home were four and a half to 10 times as likely to show high soda intake. The findings were published in Preventive Medicine.

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