study links junk food logos to obesity (duh)

File this one under: no-brainer of the day. Turns out, kids who can identify popular “junk food” logos (such as the golden arches) typically have higher BMIs than those who can not. The study, conducted by MSU, included subjects ranging in age from three to five years old. While this may seem very obvious, the fact that these effects can be seen on children so young is quite surprising.

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