USA: Tax Snacks - American Research Suggests This Would Keep You Thin
A tax on snacks and soft drinks could be just the ticket to keeping Americans slim and trim, researchers said on Friday.A study found that people would support a small tax, and further study suggested it would raise a lot of money to fight obesity."With obesity rates soaring and the costs of diet-related diseases in the stratosphere, it is essential that government fund major campaigns to promote healthful diets and physical activity.
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