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  • Kids are drinking more soda at home
  • Kids are drinking more soda at home
    Thomas Hawk (2008) ©
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Kids are drinking more soda at home

Since the introduction of a ban on fizzy drinks in US schools, teens’ consumption of soft drinks has dropped. But research has shown that this drop in on-campus drinking has been largely offset by an increase at home, with parents stocking the fridge with more soda instead.

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