No More Soda in Thailand's Schools
Why is the world getting fatter? Many would argue—and I would agree—that the standard American diet is to blame, but another popular whipping-boy is sugary drinks. And the AFP reports, Thailand is set to put the clamps on selling soft drinks in schools:
Chantana Ungchusak, a dentist in charge of the campaign, said the project aimed to educate children from kindergarten up to primary school about limiting their sugar consumption.
"Thai kids now are facing obesity and tooth cavities because they eat fast food," Chantana told AFP.
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