NHS England proposes hospital ban on sugar-sweetened drinks

The Guardian, 9 November 2016
Author: Sarah Boseley
“NHS England is proposing to ban sugar-sweetened drinks from hospital vending machines and restaurants, in a dramatic attempt to curb obesity that goes beyond the government’s plans for a sugar levy. “Confronted by rising obesity, type 2 diabetes and child dental decay, it’s time for the NHS to practice what we preach,” Stevens told the ukactive physical activity conference.”
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