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Public policies to stop kids from drinking sugary drinks

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Published: May 21, 2019
  • Author: Claire McCarthy, MD,

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Vikram Singh
May 27, 2019

Thanks for posting such a key information. Added sugar solution could be main reason for increased risk for cavities, obesity and heart disease in teenagers.

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