Sugar tax may have prevented 5,000 cases of obesity in young girls,” flags new research

The introduction of the soft drinks industry levy (SDIL) in the UK has been followed by a decrease in the number of cases of obesity among older primary school children, notably girls, according to Cambridge researchers.

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