mississippi obesity

"The lack of healthy food … is one of the reasons you have very poor people who are obese. It is because they’re not able
Proposed legislation known as the "Anti-Bloomberg Bill," which was passed by an overwhelming margin in the Mississippi House on March 6, would make it illegal for local governments to restrict the sale of fatty or sugary foods based on the nutritional value of those foods.
Proposed legislation known as the "Anti-Bloomberg Bill," which was passed by an overwhelming margin in the Mississippi House
The report by two public health groups has again delivered bad news: The nation is getting bigger and bigger every year. And