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Public policies to stop kids from drinking sugary drinks

Added sugar is bad for kids. It can lead to cavities, obesity, diabetes, and heart disease. That’s why it’s recommended that children get no more than 10% of their daily calories from added sugar. The problem is that according to recent data, added sugar makes up 17% of the daily … Read entire story.

Source: Harvard Health Blog

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