Posted: 27 May 2014 03:53 PM PDT
There should be health warning labels on sugary drinks. That is the conclusion of a professor of public health, and expert on the matter. "A recent survey found that 60% of adults would support health warnings similar to those on cigarette packets on food packaging. Even more, 70%, would support "banning sugary drinks in UK schools, or limiting the amount of sugar allowed in certain foods," he said, adding "sugar is "increasingly being implicated as a specific causal factor" for overweight, obesity and heart disease."
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