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Secondhand sugars are the new secondhand smoke — and they’re harming children

We need a war on secondhand sugar

Sugar May Be the Next Thing Pregnant Ladies Need to Kick to the Curb

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CORC Director Michael Goran and Research Associate Emily Ventura are the authors of an Op-Ed in the LA Times about the amount of added sugar in school breakfasts and lunches throughout Los Angeles schools. The amount of added sugar in a school breakfast alone is sometimes higher than the World Health Organization’s recommendations for daily consumption of added sugar.