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Spotlight

One in three people in the Philippines are obese or overweight and this is mostly due to over-consumption of sugar. Dr. Gundo Weiler, World Health Organization Representative in the Philippines, describes the work of WHO to support the Government in introducing a specific legislation to tax sugar-sweetened beverages and hence lead to the reduction in their consumption.


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Spotlight

One in three people in the Philippines are obese or overweight and this is mostly due to over-consumption of sugar. Dr. Gundo Weiler, World Health Organization Representative in the Philippines, describes the work of WHO to support the Government in introducing a specific legislation to tax sugar-sweetened beverages and hence lead to the reduction in their consumption.

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