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USA Today

On 20 July, the Horizon Research released results of a poll which found that 73% of the public supports government action on restricting unhealthy food marketing to children. 12.5 % of respondents were strongly or somewhat against the idea....

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New Zealand

Public Health England (PHE) - part of the Department of Health – announced that restricting the marketing of high-sugar products should be one of the measures designed to meet new targets on daily sugar consumption. PHE is currently completing a review of actions that the government and industry could take to cut sugar consumption....

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United Kingdom

Healthy food items with an appealing packaging design could lure children into eating 'healthy' food products, according to an academic study published earlier this month in the Journal Frontier of Psychology....

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Germany

An academic study published online in the Journal of Consumer Psychology reveals that children are responsive to the apparent bodyweight of cartoon characters and tend to consume almost twice as much low-nutrition, high-calorie food such as cookies and candy after being exposed to overweight cartoon characters....

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United States

Today AEf is publishing a comprehensive literature review on digital marketing communications and children, prepared by Dr Barbie Clarke, of...

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With Google processing 40,000 search queries a second — or 1.2 trillion a year — it's a safe bet that many of those doing the...

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USA Today

26 Sep 2014 - The Huffington Post: Google to revamp its products with 12-and-younger focus

We all know that kids love apps. From a parent's perspective, apps can provide a much more interactive, and educational experie

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The Huffington Post

One of the big challenges for children’s app developers is the reluctance of many parents to pay upfront for apps, even if they distrust...

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The Guardian

Britain's technology companies are struggling to attract a new generation of mobile-savvy&nb

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The Guardian