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Making Healthy Foods Accessible Is Not Enough To Tackle Obesity

Making Healthy Foods Accessible is Not Enough to Tackle Obesity However we don't know whether these kinds of policies are effective in improving diet. "Though these interventions are plausible and well-meaning, this study suggests that they are only effective in taking us part of the way in changing dietary behaviour - in order to realize their full potential we need to better understand how to translate changes in perception to changes in behaviour." The researchers suggest that the development of new food retail stores needs to be combined with complementary initiatives that focus on price promotions, marketing and branding to encourage greater use of these new stores. More News on: I agree to the terms and conditions Your comments are automatically posted once they are submitted. All comments are however constantly reviewed for spam and irrelevant material (such as product or personal advertisements, email addresses, telephone numbers and website address).
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A healthy Harvin puts on a show

Seattle?s Percy Harvin runs past Denver?s Jacob Tamme for a touchdown during the second half. He was just getting started in the Seahawks 43-8 thumping of the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium. A 22-0 halftime deficit already had the Broncos hopes on life support, but Harvin smothered them by taking the opening kickoff of the second half 87 yards for a touchdown. The Broncos intentionally kicked the ball short, with Fox play-by-play man Joe Buck calling it a good kick. Harvins return was simply better.
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