Do Sports Drinks Promote Obesity?

With the mayor of New York City and a growing chorus from public health authorities all linking the consumption of soft drinks to obesity and related ills, the sale of sugar-sweetened sodas has been tapering off over the last several years. However, the sale of other sugar-sweetened drinks, including "sports drinks," continues to grow. A study presented at the annual scientific meeting of the Obes...

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