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Study: Calories on Menus Do Not Deter “Bad” Eating

Adding calorie counts to fast food menus was supposed to help folks make “better” decisions about what they were eating. That may not be the case, says a recent survey. Only ten percent of Philadelphians kept the calorie information in mind when ordering and only 40 percent claim to even notice the info when frequenting fast food spots, Black Health Matters reported

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