Tackling the “root causes” of UK childhood obesity: New Health Minister vows crackdown on toddlers’ sugar consumption

Could more sugar taxes be on the cards for Great Britain? Health risks rooted in diet are impacting children at younger ages than previously thought, warns health minister

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