PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- America's toddlers are getting too much sugar, according to a new study.
Toddlers from 19 to 23 months are getting 7 teaspoons of added sugar a day - from cookies, drinks and ready-to-eat cereals.
That's more than in many candy bars.
Kids eating too much sugar can develop obesity, high cholesterol, and elevated blood pressure.
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