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410.06.S11_Health

410.06.S11_Health - CALIFORNIAHEALTH CALIFORNIAHEALTH...

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CALIFORNIA HEALTH CALIFORNIA HEALTH Fast Food Laws         - Are the current laws are protecting Californians’ health?  Conventional Farming vs. Organic  Farming   - Problems of conventional & benefits of organic  Bay view Hunter’s Point Health Problems         - It was caused by toxic waste Health Insurance Exchange    - It can be the next better health system Yurina Jung Keiko Ishihara Ilkin Farajov Shinka  Umezaki
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Fast Food laws  in California   Problems of fast food   Taking  away  toys  from  fast  food  restaurants   Banning fast food in schools   Posting  nutrition information on menu   Suggestions
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Problems of fast food   Consumption  of the fast food.   Bad results of the fast food.   - Childhood obesity   - Heart disease   - Cancer
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Taking away toys from restaurants - Toys lure children into eating fast food. - San Francisco enacted an ordinance banning       McDonald’s happy meal set. - Limitation of this law  
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Banning fast food in schools -  Proximity  of  the  fast  food  restaurants  to  schools Local  governments  in  California  have  started  to  ban  certain  foods  in  schools  including soda, junk food, and trans fats.   - Reality of the school cafeterias     
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Posting nutrition information  on menu  California has required fast food  restaurants to post  nutrition information on  their menus.
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Suggestions  Due to the limitations of the fast food laws,  it is  not enough to protect Californians’  health.  California should supervise more strictly.  Imposing taxes on fast food
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Conventional Farming vs.  Conventional Farming vs.  Organic Farming  Organic Farming  in California in California
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Introduction A real healthy life  supposed to care not  only for personal health  but also our  environment and  society.
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