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New Zealand dentist Rob Beaglehole convinces World Health Organisation to remove sugary drinks
 

New Zealand dentist Rob Beaglehole convinces World Health Organisation to remove sugary drinks

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Kiwi dentist tells World Health Organisation to stop selling sugary drinks. When they stopped laughing, they listened.
 
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23 Nov 2016 - General
 
Marinelle Castro it seems not good when WHO maintaining un healthy centripetal at the premises so it's better to avoid all the drinks Healthcare premises to symbolise the Awareness of ...
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I hope that more governments will consider that recommendation of World Health Organization regarding their stand on sugary drinks taxation. Aside from the fact that overconsumption of sugar causes tooth decay, it has adverse effects on health. There...
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This is going to be tougher than banning smoking or alcohol. To ban something that has been well-established on the market for a long time is tough but small steps can be done to impose restrictions. I think sugary drinks may be unhealthy but then h...
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The World Health Organisation's guideline on sugar intake for adults and children recommended no more than six teaspoons of sugar a day.A typical can of soda contained about eight teaspoons of sugar, and a glass of fruit juice had nearly 10 teasp...
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