Consumption of sugar sweetened beverages is down, but still too high among some groups

A study by Harvard Pop Center faculty member Sara Bleich, PhD, published in the journal Obesity finds that while the consumption of sugar sweetened beverages is on the decline among both children and adults, it is still too high among adolescents and young adults, and certain racial and ethnic minority populations. Learn more in The New York Times, The Guardian, and on the Harvard Chan School website.