A program to reduce teenagers' intake of sugary drinks showed early benefits, but they didn't last, a new study found.
This study, published Friday in the New England Journal of Medicine, randomly assigned 224 overweight or obese teenagers who regularly drank sugary beverages into two groups. One group participated in a year-long intervention program to discourage them from drinking sugary drinks. The other group did not.
Most kids consume sugary drinks at home, so the researchers tried a...Full Story