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In the fight against youth obesity, the typical targets are sugar-sweetened beverages and screen time.
Leatherdale said he wanted to alert public health officials and parents to consider the calories from alcohol, too.
(Shutterstock/Monkey Business Images) "There's a million other reasons why people should be focused on youth alcohol control.
We simply did this to try to say that everybody focused on youth obesity prevention, maybe you're missing an important contributor," said Scott Leatherdale, CIHR-PHAC Chair in Applied Public Health Research at the University of Waterloo.