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a decade old, they show a general trend.Experts have warned that sugar-sweetened beverages might put children's health at risk, incre

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survey publ▓ished by the New England Journal of Medicine, China's chi▓ld obesity rate ranked highest among the ▓195 countries surveyed a

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nd is one of the fastest-growing in the world."It was also ea▓sy to connect the excessive intake of sugary drinks with children's decayed tee

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