NPR: Judge Rules NYC Can Require Sodium Warnings On Restaurant Menus
"A state judge ruled Wednesday that New York City health officials can enforce a requirement for chain restaurants to inform consumers which menu items have more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium." Read full story.
SCIENCE ALERT: The First 5% of Weight Loss Offers the Greatest Health Benefits in Obese People, Study Finds
"Researchers in the US say that losing just 5 percent of your body weight is all it takes to see major health benefits in obese people. Hitting that smaller and more achievable-seeming target provides significant improvements to metabolic health and opens up the possibility of continued weight loss to boot." Read full story.
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REUTERS: Activists Press In-N-Out On Antibiotic Policy And Superbug Worries
"Hamburger chain In-N-Out Burger is the newest target in a push by public health, environmental and consumer groups to convince high-profile food sellers to stop serving meat from animals fed a routine diet of antibiotics." Read full story.