Published in Women's Health Weekly, June 29th, 2000
Grace Wyshak, PhD, from Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, analyzed self-reported survey data from 460 9th- and 10th-grade girls concerning physical activities, beverage consumption, and bone fractures to determine the possible association between carbonated beverage consumption and bone fractures among teenaged girls.
Nearly 80% of girls reported drinking carbonated beverages, 49.8% cola beverages only, 11.5% non-cola beverages only,...
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