The study examined the trend of heavy sugar-sweetened beverage consumers from 2003 to 2016, comprised of 21,783 children and 32,355 adults.
A Swedish-based study conducted by Lund University published its findings contradictory to past research on obesity and food environments.
A research team at Anglia Ruskin University found that consuming at least two cups of coffee per day may lower body fat for most women.
In the new research, a team at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville placed a dire focus on the physical and psychological impacts of obesity.
According to researchers at Flinders University, a study of 291 young adults in Australia, aged 18-25, led to that conclusion through data collected and analyzed from an online survey.