Jay Bhattacharya

Stanford University

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Associate Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and an economist who studies health policy and obesity

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The agriculture industry has made food so cheap and so plentiful that one third of Americans are obese and another third overweight.  Twenty six million people have Type 2 Diabetes,…

Can Government Control Obesity?

The agriculture industry has made food so cheap and so plentiful that one third of Americans are obese and another third overweight.  Twenty six million people have Type 2 Diabetes,…

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