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Will proposed 'fat tax' on junk food lower obesity rates?
Kim I. Hartman
In the same way as taxing cigarettes helped to reduce smoking and related illnesses, would raising the price of junk food by taxation - as Denmark has done - help lower obesity rates in the UK?
Are Rich People Healthier and Happier?
According to a new Gallup study those who have do better than those who do not. The wealthier among us would seem to fair better health wise due to greater access to resources.
Op-Ed: Loaded Guns at the President's Townhall?
President Obama's town hall meeting in Portsmouth, New Hampshire was attended by groups of outraged citizens protesting his health care reform plan. Some brought along loaded guns.
Health Care Industry Vows to Control Costs
Members of the health-care industry say they can bring $2 trillion in savings from projected increases over the next decade.
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