Survey shows support for wellness measures

03/6/2013 | National Public Radio

Researchers at the Harvard University School of Public Health asked Americans what government can do to fight obesity and found that people favor measures including requiring restaurants to post calorie counts, making produce more affordable and adding physical activity to the school day. They do not like action perceived as punitive, such as an insurance surcharge for obese people or a ban on certain food and drinks.

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