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Masters ThesisNutrition labeling: how effective it is in reducing obesity?: a review of public policies dealing with nutrition labelingHackman, Diana DDue to the link that has been established between obesity and processed and fast foods in America, recent research has emphasized examining the potential health benefits of providing nutrition information in fighting the nation‘s obesity epidemic. Nut . . .
ThesisJunck, Gunther HartmuthThe fast food market segment of the restaurant business is becoming increasingly saturated. To be able to remain competitive, restaurant operations have focused their attention upon the control of operating expenses and food cost. Fast food chains hav . . .
ThesisThe use of geographic information systems (GIS): mapping fast food restaurants, BMI, and mental healthPatrice, KeshaThe present study examined the relationships of fast food restaurant (FFR) density and proximity, Axis 1 psychiatric disorders, and gender to body mass index (BMI), using geographic information systems (GIS). The sample (N = 123) included adult patien . . .