Healthy by Default

Williams, Craig
May 2013
Diabetes Forecast;May2013, Vol. 66 Issue 5, p30
The author reflects on issues related to obesity and weight control and discusses the declaration of the mayor of New York regarding the ban of the sale of sugary drinks. He discusses role of government in controlling obesity and reflects on default conditions created by government for some good cause for the betterment of citizens. He discusses the consequences and impact of default conditions on people and suggests people to choose conditions that can help them to fight against obesity.


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