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Scots children drinking less fizz

A European survey of health behaviour has shown fizzy drink consumption amongst Scottish secondary school children has fallen dramatically.

The World Health Organisation study also asked youngsters from 39 European countries about their fruit consumption, drinking alcohol levels of physical activity, sex and friendships.

These pupils from Leith Academy gave BBC Scotland their views on some of the areas looked at.

  • 02 May 2012