Roland Sturm

RAND Corporation

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Senior economist at RAND Corporation and a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School

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A  new report  says that LA’s ban on new fast food restaurants in the city’s poorest neighborhoods hasn’t reduced obesity.

Fast Food Ban Hasn’t Reduced Obesity

A new report says that LA’s ban on new fast food restaurants in the city’s poorest neighborhoods hasn’t reduced obesity.

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LA County's Health Department has found that 25 percent of the people in East LA have high cholesterol and 30 percent suffer from hypertension, both tied to obesity and the threat of…

Healthier Eating in East LA

LA County's Health Department has found that 25 percent of the people in East LA have high cholesterol and 30 percent suffer from hypertension, both tied to obesity and the threat of…

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