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Sugary drinks tax may be reducing obesity in girls but not boys – an expert explains what we know

By Eleonora Fichera, Chair professor, Department of Economics, University of Bath
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A new study found the introduction of the UK’s sugary drinks tax was associated with reduced rates of obesity for year 6 girls, though not boys.The Conversation

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