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Discussion: (3 comments)

  1. SeattleSam

    Mayor Bloomberg will not be swayed by this analysis. His objective has little to do with obesity and a lot to do with moving people further down the road to accepting that the Wise Men of government should order your life.

  2. Problem: The survey didn’t seem to ask participants what they would DO with the drinks. Perhaps respondents who purchased the bundle would give the second drink to their friend/spouse/son/daughter. Otherwise, there is no rational reason why a person would choose a bundle over a large size.

  3. Norman Youngblood

    Some insurance companies have helped obese patients fight fat for years. They’ve offered weight-loss and wellness programs at businesses, schools and in communities. Some have paid for prescription obesity medications and even covered expensive bariatric surgeries, including gastric bypass.

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