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.
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Dr. Reginald Eadie
DMC Sinai-Grace Hospital
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