Both Individuals, Policymakers Responsible For Making Good Health Decisions

PLOS Blogs’ “Global Health”: Individual choice versus public policy: who is to blame for the obesity crisis?
In this interview, Sandro Demaio, “who is medical officer for noncommunicable diseases and nutrition for the World Health Organization, argues it is not just individuals who have to take charge of their health, but also governments who need to make better political decisions about public health policy” (11/9).

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