Soda pop linked to agressive behavior in kids
August 16, 2013 (CHICAGO) (WLS) -- A new study finds too much soda could be linked to aggressive behavior in children.
The Journal of Pediatrics surveyed 3000 mothers of 5-year-old children. Nearly 50 percent of the children consumed at least one soda per day and about one out of every 20 children consumed four or more sodas per day.
The report said that the children who drank four or more soda drinks each day were 50 percent more likely to show aggressive behavior and even break another child's toy.
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