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A study by the University of Otago published in the International Journal of Consumer Studies found that parents support a ban on TV advertising to pre-school children....

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New Zealand

As part of a new campaign to raise awareness about the impact of HFSS food advertising on rising children obesity, the Inter-American Heart Foundation Argentina (IHF-Argentina) released a study on the food and beverage advertising situation in Argentina. It found that 85.3% of the food advertised to children has very low nutritive value according to the WHO nutrient profiles system....

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Argentina

On 21 August 2016, the Victorian Government announced a series of policy proposals to ban sports betting ads near schools and on public transport. The proposals are intended to address community concerns about the impact of betting ads on vulnerable groups, including children and adolescents, and to reduce the association between sports and betting among these groups....

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Australia

A new academic study to be published in the Journal of Pediatrics found that food advertising may increase the way children value taste over health benefits when choosing food. The research also suggests that commercials could lead to more impulsive food choices....

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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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Joseph Savirimuthu, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Liverpool, argues that the revised EU Gen

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LSE

Commercial broadcasters need greater incentives to invest in quality children’s programming as the influx of streaming services means...

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Ad News

Childhood obesity is a very serious health concern that needs addressing urgently given the social and economic costs involved. But...

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EurActiv

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