Leading doctors have called for a ban on junk food and fizzy drinks in hospitals to combat the obesity epidemic.
Cardiologist Dr Aseem Malhotra said hospitals should take a stance against selling junk food.
Dr Malhotra has called on the British Medical Association to join the Academy of Medical Royal College's campaign to ban such food in hospitals.
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