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Increased Regulation: A Solution to Obesity?

The Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science is seeking your input on chronic disease prevention in the U.S.

Published August 05, 2014

Increased Regulation: A Solution to Obesity?

Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg made headlines in 2012 for his so-called “soda ban” that proposed a limit on the size of sugary beverages that could be sold in the city. The ban, which was intended to help curb obesity, was Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

There are three ways you can participate.

For more information about each theme and the grant, visit www.nyas.org/HealthStrategies.