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Latino kids consume “above average” amount of sugary drinks

October 03, 2013 / NBC Latino

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Latino kids consume more soft drinks, fruit-flavored drinks, and other sugary drinks on average

Sugary drink consumption contributes to increased rates of obesity

than do their White or African-American peers. Sugary drink consumption contributes to increased rates of obesity and diabetes, studies show.

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