Children tend to be targeted more by fast-food restaurant advertising in black and rural areas, a new study finds.
Children tend to be targeted more by fast-food restaurant advertising in black and rural areas, a new study finds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star
Children tend to be targeted more by fast-food restaurant advertising in black and rural areas, a new study finds. Keith Myers The Kansas City Star

Fast-food joints target children more in black, rural areas, a new study finds

November 13, 2014 11:48 AM

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