REPORT PUTS FOCUS ON JUNK FOOD ADS

WASHINGTON -- A new report that takes food companies to task for marketing to kids isn't expected to have an immediate effect on national policy, but observers see no letup in public pressure and local efforts to address growing child-obesity levels.The report, out last week from the Institute of Medicine, a National Academy of Sciences branch that advises the government on health issues, blamed food

WASHINGTON -- A new report that takes food companies to task for marketing to kids isn't expected to have an immediate effect on national policy, but observers see no letup in public pressure and local efforts to address growing child-obesity levels.

The report, out last week from the Institute of Medicine, a National Academy of Sciences branch that advises the government on health issues, blamed food marketing for kids' poor food choices and called on the food industry to shift produ

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