Media Coverage for Lancet Study
Thursday 7th January
BBC Radio Scotland
Sky News Radio
Daily Mail: 'Cut sugar in fizzy drinks', page 27
The Daily Telegraph: 'Obesity will be 'the new normal' within 20 years, warn experts,' page 12
Financial Times: 'Cut sugar in fizzy drinks to tackle obesity, says study,' page 4
The Guardian: 'Report says cutting sugar could lead to health benefits for 1.5m,' page 11
'i' from the Independent: 'Cut in sugar could save 1m from obesity,' page 7
The Sun: 'Sugar Slash Hope,' page 23
Beverage Daily: Cutting sugar in soft drinks by 40% could prevent 300,000 cases of diabetes: StudyBoots Web MD: Call for 40% cut in sugar in drinks to cut obesity
BT: Cut sugar in fizzy drinks to prevent 300,000 diabetes cases
Business Standard: Sugar cut in fizzy drinks may prevent one mln obesity cases
Daily Mail: Cutting sugar in sweetened drinks by 40% 'could prevent 300,000 diabetes cases'
Daily Mail: Reducing amount of sugar in fizzy drinks and fruit juice over next five years 'would stop 1.5million Britons becoming obese'
Diabetes.co.uk: Reducing sugar in sweetened drinks could prevent type 2 diabetes and obesity, study reports
Express & Star: Cutting sugar in sweetened drinks by 40% 'could prevent 300,000 diabetes cases'
Financial Times: Calls to cut sugar in fizzy drinks by 40%
Foodmanufacture.co.uk Sugary drinks study slammed by food industry
Fox News: Reducing sugary drinks cuts calories, but only a few, studies find
The Guardian: Reduced sugar in soft drinks would prevent diabetes, study says
Heathline: A British study examines potential health benefits of lowering sugar content in beverages over a period of five years
Herald Scotland: Cutting sugar in sweetened drinks by 40 per cent 'could prevent 300,000 diabetes cases'
Huffington Post UK: Cutting Sugar In Drinks Could 'Prevent One Million Cases Of Obesity And 300,000 Cases Of Diabetes'
Independent: Diabetes: Cutting sugar in drinks 'could prevent 300,000 cases'
India Today: Cutting sugar in fizzy drinks by 40 percent can prevent 3 lakh diabetes cases: Lancet
International Business Times: Cutting sugar in sweetened drinks will prevent one million cases of obesity
Irish Examiner: Cut sugar in fizzy drinks to prevent 300,000 diabetes cases
The Irish Times: Less sugar in drinks could prevent diabetes cases - study
Thejournal.ie: Sugary drinks alone could cause millions of cases of type-2 diabetes
Live Mint: Reducing sugary drinks cuts calories, but only a few: study
Malay Mail Online: Small drops in sugar consumption despite calorie cuts, sugar taxes
Medpage Today: Big Health Payoffs for Cutting Sugar in Beverages
Medscape: Call to Reduce Sugar in Drinks, Cutting Obesity, Diabetes Rates
Mirror: Reducing sugar in fizzy drinks could save 300,000 people from diabetes
NDTV: Sugar Cut In Fizzy Drinks May Prevent 1 Million Obesity Cases
Newsmax: Sugar cut in fizzy drinks can prevent diabetes
SahilOnline: Reducing sugar intake could prevent a million obesity cases
Science Codex: The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology: Reducing sugar content in sugar-sweetened drinks by 40 percent over 5 years
The Scotsman: Cutting sugar in drinks ‘could cut obesity by 1m cases’
Tech Times: Cutting Sugar In Fizzy Drinks By 40 Percent May Prevent 300,000 Cases Of Diabetes
The Times: Sugar tax put back on table
Times of India: Sugar cut in fizzy drinks may prevent one million obesity cases
MedicalResearch.com: Reducing Sugar in Beverages Can Have Major Impact on Population Health
Endocrine Today: Reducing sugar content in sweetened beverages could prevent obesity, diabetes