Scots pupils fizzing mad
SCOTS teenagers are the most likely in the UK to choose fizzy drinks at school, according to a study.
Just over 20 per cent of 13 to 16-year-olds said they would opt to have a fizzy drink, compared to the UK average of 15 per cent.
In Scotland, 45 per cent said they would pick water for a school drink, just below the UK average of 48 per cent, according to Natural Hydration Council research.
Scots were also found to be twice as likely to take energy drinks than the UK average (10 to five per cent).