Sweet flavours have girl appeal

9th December 2005 at 00:00
Girls eat more than four times as many sweets as green vegetables, a new book claims.

Working With Children, published this week, says that weight is a problem for a quarter of girls and a fifth of boys.

The book, produced by the children's charity NCH, also looks at self-harm, bullying, anti-social behaviour and teenage parenthood.


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