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Additional time spent on social media (SM) due to nationwide lockdowns associated with the COVID-19 pandemic has increased adolescents' exposure to food and beverage (FB) advertisements, which may increase one's risk of developing unfavorable health outcomes. This study aimed to explore U.S. adolescents' and their parents' perceptions of social media's influence on adolescents' food and beverage preferences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Semi-structured focus groups were conducted virtually withdoi:10.3390/adolescents2030031 fatcat:ascngofsyjcrpd3mi5oxruqqre