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Sugar in children's diets - research

WHO 2015 - WHO Regional Office for Europe nutrient profile model
Schwartz et al., 2015 - Energy Drinks and Youth Self-Reported Hyperactivity/Inattention Symptoms.
Cogswell et al., 2015 - Sodium and Sugar in Complementary Infant and Toddler Foods Sold in the United States
BDA, 2015 - Policy Statement: Interventions which reduce the consumption of energy from sugary drinks in children
Purtell et al., 2014 - Fast Food Consumption and Academic Growth in Late Childhood.
Robinson et al., 2014 - Modifiable early-life risk factors for childhood adiposity and overweight: an analysis of their combined impact and potential for prevention
Scully et al 2014 - Food and beverage cues in UK and Irish children-television programming
Larson et al 2014 - Adolescent Consumption of Sports and Energy Drinks: Links to Physical Activity, Beverage Patterns, Smoking, and Screen Media Use
Hu (2013) - Resolved: there is sufficient scientific evidence that decreasing sugar-sweetened beverage consumption will reduce the prevalence of obesity and obesity-related diseases
Shroff et al 2014 - Adherence to a snacking dietary pattern and soda intake are related to the development of adiposity: a prospective study in school-age children
Azadbakht & Esmaillzadeh (2012) - Dietary patterns and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder among Iranian children
Johnson et al 2011 - ADHD: is it time to reappraise the role of sugar consumption?
Garber & Lustig 2011 - Is fast food addictive?
Blunden et al 2011 - Diet and sleep in children with ADHD: Preliminary data in Australian children.
Northstone et al 2011 - Are dietary patterns in childhood associated with IQ at 8 years of age? A population-based cohort study
Reissig et al 2009 - Caffeinated energy drinks - a growing problem
Girardi et al 1995 - Blunted catecholamine responses after glucose ingestion in children with attention deficit disorder
Jones et al 1995 - Enhanced adrenomedullary response and increased susceptibility to neuroglycopenia: mechanisms underlying the adverse effects of sugar ingestion in healthy children