Soft Drinks Make Teens More Violent, University of Oxford Study  
10/25/2011 7:15:51 AM

Teenagers who drink large amounts of soft drinks are more likely to be aggressive and violent, US researchers claimed Tuesday. Drinking more than five cans of soda a week was linked to significantly higher levels of violent assaults, scientists from the University of Vermont found after surveying 1,878 teenagers aged 14 to 18 from 22 schools in Boston.