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Fat Tax Study: A new study published in the British Medical Journal found that a high tax on unhealthy foods may actually help slow down obesity rates. [ABC News]
Jamie Oliver's Next Revolution: The healthy celebrity chef will receive the Healthy Cup Award from the Harvard School of Public Health on May 22, following his launch of Food Revolution Day on May 19. [Boston Globe]
Convenience Store Charged $716 Million: A jury charged a convenience store $716 million for selling alcohol to a teenager who killed a man in a drunk driving accident. [FOX 13 News]
Truck Spills Load of Yogurt: In what was sure to be a messy cleanup, a tractor-trailor crash spilled 18 tons of Greek yogurt on a New York highway. [AP]
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