Sugary soft drinks linked to earlier periods in girls

11:30am Wednesday 28th January 2015 content supplied byNHS Choices

"Sugary drinks may cause menstruation to start earlier, study suggests," The Guardian reports. A US study found that girls drinking more than one and a half drinks a day had their period around three months earlier than girls drinking two or less a week…

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