University of Michigan Health System Removes Sugary Drinks


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In an effort to set a good example to patients and the community, University of Michigan Health System and the University of Michigan Medical School are removing all sugar-sweetened beverages from their campuses.

The policy, set to take effect in mid-November, also removes sports drinks, fruit-flavored drinks, energy drink,s and sweetened tea at dozens of its facilities.

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