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英国医生呼吁医院停用出售垃圾食品的自动贩卖机
 
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Britain's doctors are demanding that hospitals stop the sale of burgers, cookies andsugary drinks on their premises and have condemned the NHS for inadvertently fuelling the obesity crisis.
The Academy of Medical Royal Colleges, which represents the UK's 220,000 doctors professionally, is urging hospitals to put public health ahead of profit by no longer having vending machines containing sweets, chocolate, crisps and other fattening foods.
The academy is backing a call by campaigning cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra, which will be debated today at the British Medical Association's annual conference, for a total ban on junk food in hospitals. Writing in Thursday's British Medical Journal, Malhotra argues: "It is obscene that many hospitals continue to have high-street fast food franchises on site, as well as corridors littered with vending machines selling junk food. Such practice legitimises the acceptability and consumption of such food in the daily diet."

英国医生要求医院停止出售汉堡包,饼干和含糖饮料,并谴责国民保健署有意助长肥胖危机。
皇家医学院,22万专业医生,要求医院以公共卫生为重, 停用那些出售包括糖果,巧克力,薯片和其他容易发胖的食物的自动贩卖机.
该学院响应心脏病专家阿齐姆.马尔霍特拉博士的号召,将于今天在英国医学协会的年会上展开一场关于全面禁止医院出售垃圾食品的辩论。马尔霍特拉在周四的英国医学杂志周刊表示,许多医院在网站上发布关于街道快餐的广告, 在医院走廊上,到处可见出售垃圾食品的自动贩卖机。这种做法实际上鼓励人们在日常生活中接受和消费这类食物。

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