FT Health Discusses WHO’s Call To Eliminate Trans Fats From Global Food Supply, Features Interview With Paul Farmer On Mental Health

FT Health: Transfat ban could save 500,000 lives a year
The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter discusses the WHO’s call for governments to introduce a ban on industrially produced fats from the global food supply in order to avert deaths from cardiovascular disease, as well as features an interview with Paul Farmer, chief executive of Mind, on mental health. The newsletter also provides a roundup of other global health-related news stories (Jack/Dodd, 5/18).

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