Overweight are most likely to drink sugary soft drink

close-up of cola with ice
Curtin University-led research has found that on any given day 22% of adults drink sugar-sweetened beverages and these soft drink drinkers are more likely to be men, younger adults, and the obese. Lead author, Dr Christina Pollard, Curtin’s School of Public Health, says an increase in obesity over the past 30 years appears to have

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