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Supersized servings a big concern

Heaping plates of pasta and giant cups of sugary drinks may be good values for the wallet, but can also be a health hazard, researchers say

The Big Gulp is the new Public Enemy Number 1.

The mayors of New York and Cambridge, the American Medical Association, and the Harvard School of Public Health have begun an assault on sugary drinks, particularly large servings of soda.

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