Barry Popkin

Nutrition Epidemiologist, University of North Carolina's Interdisciplinary Obesity Center

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Economist and nutrition epidemiologist who heads the University of North Carolina's Interdisciplinary Obesity Center, and author of The World Is Fat: The Fads, Trends, Policies, and Products that are Fattening the Human Race

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The  First Lady  and the Surgeon General have joined the Centers for Disease Control in the  campaign against obesity , especially among children.

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