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Sugar-sweetened beverages, serum uric acid, and blood pressure in adolescents
Nguyen S, et al. J Pediatr 2009. PMID 19375714 Free PMC article.
In the adjusted model, serum uric acid increased by 0.18 mg/dL and systolic blood pressure z-score increased by 0.17 from the lowest to the highest category of sugar-sweetened beverage consumption (P for trend, .01 and .03, respectively). ...
In the adjusted model, serum uric acid increased by 0.18 mg/dL and systolic blood pressure z-score increased by 0.17 from the lowest to the …
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