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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/14/11 Calorie information: successful lifestyle  changes or information overload? Samantha Chang, Gabe Gonzaga,  Samantha Luk, Pat Recinto, Clara Yuan
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9/14/11 Issue Should nutritional facts be provided for food  items in CA restaurants? Unlike commercial food products found in grocery stores, the food we buy at restaurants is not  legally required to display nutritional  information. Would providing nutritional information Potentially lead to better eating habits and healthier  living?
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9/14/11 Access This is mainly an “access” issue: To health information. In order to make dietary decisions.
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9/14/11 Relation to Pharmacy Health of patients “You are what you eat.” Obesity is a prevalent issue in the US today. Co-morbidities with obesity Chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension that  require long-term drug therapy 199 0 2009
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  • caloric content, Information overload, Master subtitle style, caloric¬†information, lifestyle¬† changes

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