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Ellen Goodman

Putting obesity out of business

By Ellen Goodman
July 24, 2009

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If I had to pick the year attitudes turned against smoking, it would be 1994, when seven CEOs of Big Tobacco came before Congress and swore that nicotine wasn't addictive. I have begun to wonder whether this is the summer when the (groaning) tables have turned on the obesity industry. (Full article: 680 words)

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