Episode 08: Ask your parents if this [ breakfast cereal ] is right for you


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"TV Ads Driving Childhood Obesity, Study Says”


Journal Of Childhood Obesity


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Jessica Castonguay - Temple University Profile


Report of the APA Task Force on Advertising and Children