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Simple way to inoculate teens against junk food marketing

Science Daily Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
A simple and brief intervention can provide lasting protection for adolescents against the harmful effects of food marketing. Researchers find that reframing how students view food-marketing campaigns can spur adolescents, particularly boys, to make healthier daily dietary choices for an extended period of time. The method works in part by tapping into teens' natural desire to rebel against authority.
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An easy way to stop teens from buying junk food is to tell them they’re being manipulated. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

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