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UNC Gillings Study Shows Soda Tax in Mexico is Working

The New York Times reports on a new study co-authored by two UNC Gillings School Department of Nutrition researchers that conclusively showed the success of the Mexican “soda tax” in its first two years. Read more »

JAMA Editorial: Geography, Income Need to be Part of Effective Cancer Solutions

According to a new study, U.S. cancer mortality rates have decreased. The data show, however, that these reductions are not uniform across geographic regions and that successful outcomes often remain dependent upon where patients live and on their economic conditions. Dr. Stephanie Wheeler, associate professor of health policy and management, is co-author of a JAMA editorial that elaborates upon the study. Read more »