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碳酸饮料或致青少年暴力行为

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小编摘要:碳酸饮料在日常生活里司空见惯,似乎每个人都会或多或少喝一些。碳酸饮料的危害大家也了解一些,但是对情绪的影响大家可能还不知道吧?

 导读:最新的研究表明,每天一罐碳酸饮料有可能会导致青少年产生言语或行为暴力。频繁饮用碳酸饮料产生暴力行为的可能行会更高。虽然尚不能证明两者之间的必然因果关系,但是前人研究表明营养缺乏会导致反社会行为,因而垃圾食品的危害不可小觑哦!


Just one can of fizzy drink a day is linked to more aggressive behaviour by teenagers, claim researchers.

A new study found youngsters were significantly more likely to be violent and carry weapons if they regularly consumed fizzy soft drinks.

The study showed those having more than five cans of non-diet carbonated drinks a week were more likely to get involved in violent assaults.

The US researchers are uncertain if the link is causal, but have not ruled this out.

It is possible that unknown factors causing aggression in youngsters also influence their dietary habits – which is why they opt for fizzy drinks – but previous research suggests poor nutrition may be a cause of antisocial behaviour.

The latest findings, reported online in the journal Injury Prevention (must credit), come from a survey of 1,878 teenagers aged 14 to 18 from 22 state schools in Boston.

They were asked how many cans of non-diet fizzy soft drinks they had consumed over the past week.
Up to four cans was considered ‘low’, and five or more was classified as ‘high’.

Just under one in three pupils fell into the ‘high’ category, some drinking more than two or three cans a day.
The scientists then investigated any potential links to violent behaviour.

Youngsters were asked if they had been violent towards their peers, a brother or sister, or a partner, and whether they had carried a gun or knife in the past year.

Overall, frequent soft drink consumption was associated with a 9 per cent to 15 per cent increased likelihood of engaging in aggressive behaviour.

Violence and weapon-carrying was in any event common among the teenagers, who largely represented ethnic minorities from poor backgrounds. Of the group, 50 per cent were black or multi-racial, 33 per cent Hispanic, 9 per cent white and 8 per cent Asian.

However, rates of violent behaviour increased in a ‘dose response’ as students consumed more fizzy drinks, the researchers found.

Just over 23 per cent of teenagers drinking one or no cans a week had carried a gun or knife, rising to just under 43 per cent of those drinking 14 or more cans.

For the same increase in fizzy drink consumption, the proportion of those who had shown violence to a dating partner rose from 15 per cent to 27 per cent.

Rates of violence towards peers rose from 35 per cent to more than 58 per cent, and towards siblings from 25 per cent to more than 43 per cent.

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2011-10-26 16:22 编辑:lilylikelily
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