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Scots children 'having fewer fizzy drinks'

Scottish secondary school children are drinking half as many fizzy drinks as they were a decade ago.

The finding came in a survey by the World Health Organisation, which said they were also likely to report "high satisfaction" with life.

However, the report also said youngsters were still not eating enough fruit and were drinking too much alcohol.

  • 03 May 2012