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Can I Become Thin If I Just Mute the Food Ads?


As somebody who has waged a lifelong battle with the bathroom scales, I might be willing to swallow a few principles and go whole hog in embracing the Interagency Working Group (IWG) on Food Marketed to Children’s proposed guidelines for the advertising of food products to children—if I thought these guidelines would do an ounce […]

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The Russ Parr Morning Show: The Boys of Baraka

African-American boys have a very high chance of being incarcerated or killed before they reach adulthood. In Baltimore, one of the country’s most poverty-stricken cities for inner-city residents, the Baraka School project was founded to break the cycle of violence through an innovative education program that literally removed young boys from low-performing public schools and […]

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