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|Author||Gómez S.F.; Rajmil L.
|Title||Advertising, obesity and child health: the case of Spain|
Gómez S.F.; Rajmil L. Advertising, obesity and child health: the case of Spain,BMJ Paediatrics Open 6 1
|Keywords||adolescent nutrition; adolescent obesity; advertising; beverage; body weight gain; child; child health; child nutrition; child poverty; childhood obesity; family income; government regulation; health hazard; human; Internet; life expectancy; lowest income group; mobile application; nutrient profiling; obesogenic environment; physical activity; psychological well-being; public policy; quality of life; Review; sedentary lifestyle; social class; social determinants of health; social inequality; Spain; unhealthy diet; World Health Organization
|Link to article|| https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-85134804945&doi=10.1136%2fbmjpo-2022-001482&partnerID=40&md5=87e1d583e3ea71acca75eb07839a6bc4
|Abstract||Childhood and adolescent overweight and obesity represent one of the most important health risks worldwide. Despite the measures adopted to control these conditions, Spain is one of the European and worldwide countries with the highest prevalence of childhood and adolescent obesity. Four out of ten schoolchildren (6 to 9 years old) are either overweight or obese, with the former more prevalent in girls and the latter more prevalent in boys