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Why Tobacco Lawsuits Loom Large for Obesity Prevention
LTE: Advocating for Public Health
Now is the Time: Updating Local Wellness Policies
(Action for Healthy Kids,
Improving Health and Building Wealth: Meeting Two Goals with Many Strategies
Are Poor Neighborhoods Really Food Deserts?
Graff: First Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Junk Food Marketing to Kids
Climate Change Planning: An Opportunity for Public Health
California Sets Trends in Health Regulation
Should the First Amendment protect the marketing of junk foods to kids?
Kids, Food Ads, and The First Amendment
US Guidelines on Food Marketing to Kids Stalls
Study: Bay Area's Urban Planning Must Address Public Health
Location Matters: What School Siting Means for Children’s Health
Officials Urge FTC to Toughen Settlement with Maker of High-Alcohol Drink
(The Washington Post,
Farm Bill Reform Could Trim Americans' Wastelines
(The Huffington Post,
SF Healthy Meal Law Takes Effect, McDonald’s Takes Low Road
(Corporate Accountability International,
McDonald's finds a way around San Francisco's 'Happy Meal ban'
A New Take on the Food Stamp Debate
Consumer Groups File Complaint Against PepsiCo Over Teen Marketing
(The Hill/Healthwatch Blog,
PepsiCo Wants to "Scare The Crap" Out of Your Kids
Consumer Groups Complain to FTC About PepsiCo's Digital Marketing To Kids
Complaint Filed Against PepsiCo's Frito-Lay For Deceptive Ads Targeting Teens
USDA Finds Several Bay Area Communities ‘Food Deserts'
(CBS San Francisco,
Neighborhoods Served by Small Grocers Called 'Food Deserts'
Law Professors Debate Food Marketing Guidelines
(The Wall Street Journal,