Thoracic society hears call for 'tax on junk food'

Professor John Britton, a respiratory physician from Nottingham City Hospital, has called for children to be given free fruit at school to improve their lungs and general health at the summer meeting of the British Thoracic Society. He said the government should also consider levying a 'junk food tax' on ...

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