Obesity Rates in Teens Would Drop Dramatically If They Eliminated Just One Soda Per Day

By Meg Bouvier

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To dramatically reduce the rates of obesity in U.S. teens, they would need to cut as little as 177 calories per day — the equivalent of one 16-ounce soft drink. A new study published by research teams at Columbia University, Harvard, and RWJF describes the startling results, which were reported on NPR today.

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