Ban on soft drinks gets top support
CANCER Council Queensland has backed the State Government's push for a ban on soft drink sales at children's sporting events, in a move to combat growing rates of childhood obesity.
Chief health officer Jeanette Young is urging Ipswich parents to call on sports club committees to ban soft drinks at weekend sport.
Cancer Council Queensland spokesperson Katie Clift said many parents didn't realise the amount of sugar in a standard can of soft drink, and what effect that could have on their child's health.
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