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Obese Teens More Likely to Be Attracted to Fast Food Ads

Fast food advertising can be extremely persuasive, especially for obese teens a new study found. Researchers from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire showed more than 2,500 teens and young adults fast food ads with the company’s name taken out. Researchers found that those who could easily identify the company behind these ads were more likely to be obese, HealthDay revealed

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