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  • A sixth of teens eat fast food twice a day
  • A sixth of teens eat fast food twice a day
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A sixth of teens eat fast food twice a day

Junk food can be hard to resist, and most people will treat themselves to a McDonald's once in a while. But research suggests that young people are gobbling it down far too often. Educating teens about the industry could get them ditch pizza and fizzy drinks in favour of healthier options.

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