New Soda Tax Makes Mexico a Leading Guardian of Public Health
Read Larry Cohen's latest blog on what US can learn from Mexico's one-peso-per-liter tax on soda and an 8 percent tax on junk food.
Menthol: An Unequal Opportunity Killer. Why Hasn't the FDA Banned It?
Read our latest blog on how menthol disproportionately harms young people, African-Americans and other people of color. Learn how you can make your voice heard as the FDA considers a ban on menthol cigarettes.
The government shutdown: fueled by racism, harming the vulnerable
The government shutdown may be over, but it still caused deep damage to vulnerable people and communities over the last three weeks. Read our statement, also published in Forbes.com and the Huffington Post.
Policy Change Is Key If We Want to Reduce Preventable Deaths
A recent study from the CDC found that almost 200,000 preventable deaths occur each year in the U.S. from heart disease and stroke. Reducing these numbers, and giving all Americans equal opportunities for health, requires a comprehensive approach aimed at changing our communities and policies, not just modifying individual behaviors. Read our latest Huffington Post.
The AMA Says Obesity Is a Disease. Now Can We Talk About Prevention?
The American Medical Association recently decided that obesity should be considered a disease. How should advocates for prevention and public health respond? What steps should policymakers take? Read our latest Huffington Post.
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