Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Frequent Soft Drink Consumption May Make Adolescents More Aggressive

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This shows soda bottlesSoft drink consumption during early adolescence predicted more aggressive behavior later in teen years. Aggressive behavior at 13 also predicted increased soft drink consumption at age 16. Soft drink consumption at 13 predicted fewer depressive symptoms, but depressive symptoms did not predict soda consumption. Findings suggest reducing soda consumption during adolescence could help curb aggressive behaviors.