Source: UK Health Forum
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Date of publication: January 2016
Publication type: Report
In a nutshell:
A report from the UKHF and CRUK has found that rising rates of obesity and overweight could lead to 700,000 new cancer cases in the UK, as well as millions of new cases of type 2 Diabetes, coronary heart disease and stroke. The report calls on the Government to act now by introducing a tax on sugary drinks and a 9pm watershed ban on TV advertising of junk food as part of its childhood obesity strategy.
Length of publication: 36 pages
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Acknowledgement: UK Health Forum