We don’t need more government obesity strategies – governments just need to implement the proposed policies for them to work.
Over the past 30 years, teenagers have become more concerned with their weight and losing weight.
People with obesity earn less and have a harder time finding work.
It may not be popular, but an increase in the cost of alcohol would make us drink less and consume fewer kilojoules.
Why you might soon be paying more for your favourite sugary drink.
Governments must understand that the factors making cities convenient and productive also make their residents prone to obesity. They must confront this challenge with intelligent, focused policies.
Weighing up the cost of improving people’s diets.
Eighty years ago, poor people in Britain suffered ill health as a result of eating unhealthy food, just as they do today. The only difference is, in 1936, policymakers didn’t blame the poor.