Food and drinks industry uses non-profit organisation to campaign against public health policies

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High-angle photography of grocery display Credit: Photo by Peter Bond on Unsplash

We contend that the International Life Sciences Institute should be regarded as an industry group - a private body - and regulated as such, not as a body acting for the greater good

Sarah Steele

Children from disadvantaged backgrounds and certain ethnic minorities do less vigorous physical activity

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