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More negatives revealed about sugary drinks

A grocery aisle stocked with various soda drinks are shown in this undated file photo. A new study found that people who drank more than one sugar-sweetened drink each day had high sugar and calorie consumption as well as higher body mass indexes.

March 1, 2011 12:00:00 AM PST
A new study found more evidence indicating the negative health risks linked with the consumption sugary drinks.

The study found that people who drank more than one sugar-sweetened drink each day had high sugar and calorie consumption as well as higher body mass indexes.

The study also discovered that the drinks could possibly lead to higher blood pressure.

The findings were published in American Heart Association's journal Hypertension.