Soft drinks linked to violent tendenc...

Soft drinks linked to violent tendencies in teens

There are 2 comments on the KLTV Tyler story from Oct 25, 2011, titled Soft drinks linked to violent tendencies in teens. In it, KLTV Tyler reports that:

While there's a chance that the sugar and caffeine from carbonated drinks contributes to violent behavior, the study shows an association, not a cause-and-effect. Soda consumption, for example, may be a marker of heightened violent tendencies already present in the teen, or of poor parenting, the researchers said.

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SilverSwanBabies

Lakeland, FL

#1 Oct 28, 2011
A balanced diet is important in becoming an healthy adult.
FBOMBER

Flin Flon, Canada

#2 Oct 29, 2011
Bullcrap, it starts with brain injury from vaccines.
www.whale.to/vaccine/thompson.html
www.rense.com/general94/gmodna.htm

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