Melbourne: Scientists have challenged the idea that adults are better equipped than children to resist junk food advertising. The research, led by Health Promotion Evaluation Unit Director Professor Simone Pettigrew, at The University of Western Australia, found both parents and kids are influenced by television and Internet advertising on junk food.
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