Graphic and grisly beverage warning labels stressing sugar content dangers could curb obesity, study finds

Researchers at the University of North Carolina, US, have analyzed the impact of picture health warnings on sugary drinks in a simulated supermarket setting, in an landmark attempt to find solutions to curb childhood obesity.

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