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Children saw fewer television advertisements for certain foods, including those for sweets and beverages, in 2007 compared with 2003.
A thesis from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, reveals how school initiatives are succeeding in getting the message across to young people, but also points out that food advertisements are using health arguments to market unhealthy products.
Children's networks exposed young viewers to 76 percent more food commercials per hour than other networks.
By Grier, Sonya A Kumanyika, Shiriki K Targeted marketing of high-calorie foods and beverages to ethnic minority populations, relative to more healthful foods, may contribute to ethnic disparities in obesity and other diet-related chronic conditions.
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