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Sugary drinks tax &#39;effective public health measure&#39;
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A 20% tax on sugary drinks would reduce the number of obese adults in the UK by 180,000, say researchers writing in the British Medical Journal. The impact would be greatest in the under-30s, the Oxford and Reading university study suggests. But some ...
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