How State Taxes and Policies Targeting Soda Consumption Modify the Association between School Vending Machines and Student Dietary Behaviors: A Cross-Sectional Analysis

R. Taber, Daniel ; F. Chriqui, Jamie ; Vuillaume, Renee ; J. Chaloupka, Frank
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0098249
  • Subject: Biological Sciences | nutrition | physiology | Physiological parameters | Body weight | obesity | psychology | behavior | health care | Socioeconomic aspects of health | pediatrics | Child health | Public and occupational health | Behavioral and social aspects of health | preventive medicine | taxes | policies | targeting | soda | vending | machines | dietary | cross-sectional

<div><p>Background</p><p>Sodas are widely sold in vending machines and other school venues in the United States, particularly in high school. Research suggests that policy changes have reduced soda access, but the impact of reduced access on consumption is unclear. This... View more
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