Soda Linked to Violence in Kids

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By Molly Clifton

Researchers say the more soda a child drinks the more likely they are to become violent.

A Columbia University study found 5-year-olds who drink four or more soft drinks a day are twice as likely to get into fights and attack people.

Doctors say soda may also increase attention problems.
 



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