The Negative Impact of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages on Children ’ s Health

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  title={The Negative Impact of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages on Children ’ s Health},
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  year={2009}
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  • Published 2009
Over nearly the past 30 years, U.S. children and adolescents have dramatically increased their consumption of sugarsweetened beverages (SSBs), including soda, fruit drinks and punches, and sports drinks (see sidebar for a more complete definition).6,7 Such consumption has been linked to less healthy diets and a number of other negative health consequences, including decreased bone density, dental decay, headaches, anxiety and loss of sleep.8,9,10 Interventions to lower SSB consumption have been… CONTINUE READING

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