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Soda Silliness

A new study contending that girls who drink soda aren’t getting enough milk and are therefore more likely to break bones continues to get press, despite the fact that the study does not specify how much soda or milk girls that break bones drink. The media has also yet to pick up on the fact that the study’s author, Grace Wyshak, works with Center for Science in the Public Interest sympathizer and anti-soda activist Walter Willett.

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