Health & Medicine

October 17, 2013 6:44 PM

Local teens guzzling more sugary drinks despite health risks, study finds

A new statewide study shows that teens between 12 and 17 are downing more soda and sugary drinks. The Central Coast and San Luis Obispo are the most dramatic examples of the trend, researchers say.

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