Young people’s consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages
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Young people’s consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages

Susan Davies Research fellow, The Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care at The University of Hertfordshire

Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) are considered a major driver of childhood obesity. The UK sugar tax, introduced in April, aims to reduce SSB consumption and obesity in the long-term. Three papers on SSBs have been reviewed.

Primary Health Care. 28, 5, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.5.12.s12

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