Could soda pop consumption lead to violent behavior?

A new study reveals that soda pop consumption in children could lead to violent behavior. The report cites a collaborative study between researchers from Columbia University, Harvard University and the University of Vermont that indicates a significantly higher likelihood of physically hurtful or damaging behavior in children who drank the highest amounts of soft drinks.

Read the article here: Soda Pop Consumption Could Lead to Violent Behavior in Children and please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Get ready to join us in our 61-day health challenge. Last year’s Say No to Soda Pop campaign was such a huge success that we’ve decided to expand our challenge, our goal and our reach for this year’s effort. We’ll share the details with you soon.

Dr. Reginald Eadie
President
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital
readie@dmc.org

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