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The deadly consequences of a cut in the beer tax
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The BEER Act would take the excise tax on ales and lagers back to 1990 levels. That means more violence and car accidents.

The case for cheaper wine, in one chart
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New research suggests that decreasing wine prices could have a positive impact on reducing traffic fatalities.

Massachusetts changed how we provide health care. Now it wants to change...
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The state that changed how we provide health care is now tackling how we pay for it.

Arkansas says Medicaid expansion saves $372 million. Let’s break down th...
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Arkansas has done a deep dive into the costs and savings of participating in the health law's Medicaid expansion - and thinks the state woul

Study: After menu labeling, healthier restaurant offerings
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Calorie labels at restaurants may not change how people eat - but they do impact what items restaurants offer.

U.S. meat consumption fell after 2004
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According to USDA data on food consumption per capita, U.S. meat consumption fell from about 2004 to 2010 (the most recent data available).

Regional Variation in the Association Between Advance Directives and End...
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Chart: Good jobs are getting harder and harder to find
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It's one thing to get a job—any old job. It's quite another to have a good job that pays well and has decent benefits. And a new report find

What would Batman eat?
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Researchers at Cornell University's Food and Brand Lab has a new, albeit, unconventional take on how to solve our obesity crisis: Call in th

Study: Better-educated citizens improve government by complaining more
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Researchers found this holds true in both dictatorships and democracies.

Wonkbook: Why you should care that 70% of antibiotics go into animal feed
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WONKBOOK | On Wednesday, the FDA finalized a plan to ask drug companies to 'voluntarily' limit the use of certain antibiotics in animal fee

Americans actually really like broccoli
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It gets dinged a lot — but Americans actually really like broccoli.

No, drinking coffee probably won’t make you live longer
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Understanding what the new research results actually say about people who drink coffee — caf or decaf — every day.

Who eats fast food? Not who you’d expect.
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Middle income Americans tend to eat fast food more than any other demographic.

In Massachusetts, an Accountable Care Organization that’s actually working
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The health law's Accountable Care Organizations often get compared to unicorns: We know what they are supposed to look like, but have never

Will Philadelphia’s experiment in eradicating ‘food deserts’ work?
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The White House has scaled up efforts to increase access to healthy food. But research suggests that people may not eat better even if given

The New York Times, Nina Planck, and Safety of Vegan Diets | The Vegan RD
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Last week brought more shoddy coverage of vegan diets from The New York Times. This time, it was a debate about the safety of veganism. And