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Posted by PLOS_ONE_Group on 04 Sep 2013 at 18:10 GMT

The following article represents some of the media coverage that has occurred for this paper:

Title: “Fast food marketing to kids skewed - Connecticut Post”

Publication: EurekAlert press release
Title: “Kids' fast food ads emphasize giveaways more than food”

Publication: Medical Daily
Title: “Fast-Food Ads Target Kids With Toys, Not Food: Is Childhood Obesity A Product Of Pop Culture’s Allure?”

Publication: Scientific American Blogs
Title: “Burger with a side of toys: How is fast food being marketed to children? | Anthropology in Practice, Scientific American Blog Network”

Publication: Stamford Advocate
Title: “Fast food marketing to kids skewed - StamfordAdvocate”

Publication: Time Health & Family
Title: “Forget the Food: Fast Food Ads Aimed at Kids Feature Lots of Giveaways |”

Publication: Wall Street Cheat Sheet
Title: “Study: McDonalds, Burger King are Fooling the Kids | Wall St. Cheat Sheet”

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