Boston Public Schools reduce student’s access to sugary drinks

Sugary soft drinks and juices linked to obesity, have all but disappeared from Boston Public Schools.

A study released Thursday by the CDC found only four percent of students have access to sugar-sweetened beverages.

This comes after a major push began years ago to ban the drinks in vending machines and school lunch lines.

Researchers called the city’s strict rules a model for the nation.

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