Underage youth who cite alcohol marketing and the influence of adults, movies or other media as the main reasons for choosing to consume a specific brand of alcohol are more likely to drink more and report adverse consequences from their drinking than youth who report other reasons for selecting …Read more >
Support New York State Mandatory Warning Label on Added Sugar in Sugary Beverages
April 16, 2015 | By Nicholas Freudenberg
This testimony was presented to the New York State Assembly Committees on Consumer Affairs and Protection and Health on April 13, 2015: …Read more >
How Cheap is Corporate Talk?
April 8, 2015 | By James W. Coleman
A new study posted on the Social Sciences Research Network by James W. Coleman at the University of Calgary in Canada …Read more >
Beyond Apologies: An Interview with Debra Efroymson
April 2, 2015 | By Debra Efroymson, Nicholas Freudenberg
Debra Efroymson is Regional Director for HealthBridge, a global nonprofit organization that aims to improve the health of vulnerable populations and to develop …Read more >
CSPI Petition Tells USDA and HHS: Don’t Let the Food Industry Threaten Progress on Nutrition!
April 1, 2015 | By Center for Science in the Public Interest
The Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report is hot off the presses—and the meat industry, corn refiners, soda makers, and just about every …Read more >
Choice, responsibility, and health: What role for the food movement?
March 19, 2015 | By Nicholas Freudenberg
In making decisions about how best to improve the food choices people make, the food movement faces a dilemma. On the …Read more >
Earlier this month, PLOS One published “Children’s Recall of Fast Food Television Advertising—Testing the Adequacy of Food Marketing Regulation”, a report on …Read more >