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Largest soda companies in U.S. sponsored multiple national health organizations

America's two largest soda companies sponsored at least 96 national health organizations from 2011 to 2015, dampening the health groups' support of legislation to reduce soda consumption and impeding efforts to combat the obesity epidemic, researchers say in a new study.
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