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Half empty or half full? New York's soda rule in historical perspective.

The opposing viewpoints with regards to the Portion Cap Rule imposed by the state of New York to basically limit the intake of sugary drinks in order to reduce the incidence of obesity are discussed. The glass half-empty viewpoint shows the effort to be just a drop in a bucket, while the glass half... Full description

Journal Title: The New England journal of medicine May 9, 2013, Vol.368(19), pp.1765-1767
Main Author: Fairchild, Amy L
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Language: English
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title: Half empty or half full? New York's soda rule in historical perspective.
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  • Diet–History
  • Dietary Sucrose–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Government Agencies–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Government Regulation–Legislation & Jurisprudence
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  • History, 20th Century–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Humans–Legislation & Jurisprudence
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  • New York City–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Obesity–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Public Health Administration–Legislation & Jurisprudence
  • Abridged
  • Dietary Sucrose
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description: The opposing viewpoints with regards to the Portion Cap Rule imposed by the state of New York to basically limit the intake of sugary drinks in order to reduce the incidence of obesity are discussed. The glass half-empty viewpoint shows the effort to be just a drop in a bucket, while the glass half full viewpoint indicates that the ban is about limiting corporate damage.
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