January 2018

Big Data and the transformation of food and beverage marketing: What can public health advocates do about it?

A recent commentary published in Critical Public Health explores how six cutting-edge digital marketing techniques may be undermining public health efforts to improve nutrition and reduce obesity. Read more >


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