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The National Soft Drink Association was relieved yesterday [Wednesday] when nutrition researcher Guy Johnson told the California Senate Health and Human Services Committee that legislative efforts to restrict or ban the sale of carbonated soft drinks in schools are not the "silver bullet" that will put an end to childhood obesity.


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