Combating Obesity through the Built Environment: Is There a Clear Path to Success?

Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 39 (3):387-393 (2011)

Abstract

This article focuses on how an often-overlooked portion of PPACA, “Community Transformation Grants,” might close the evidence gap in the relationship between obesity and the built environment and provide a pathway to effectively address this medically and economically costly epidemic

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