As the U.S. wins die war against hunger, it's losing the battle against weight gain

Thorn, Bret
October 2004
Nation's Restaurant News;10/18/2004, Vol. 38 Issue 42, p52
Trade Publication
Focuses on the problem of obesity in the United States. Factors driving the prevalence of obesity; Results of studies on the causes of obesity.


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