"Mean sugary beverage consumption was 8.4% of total calories, split roughly equally between sugar-sweetened beverages and 100% fruit juice (which are essentially identical in sugar content)."
"For example, high consumption of sugary beverages" ...
"was associated with 44% higher risk for CHD-related death. The relative risk for all-cause mortality increased by 24% for every additional 12-ounce consumption of 100% fruit juice."
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