BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

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The United States simultaneously perpetuates a culture of grotesque and immoderate food consumption. It is excessively consumed, but also abundantly wasted.
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The United States simultaneously perpetuates a culture of grotesque and immoderate food consumption. It is excessively consumed, but also abundantly wasted.
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In theory, fat animals are perfect. They are comforting to cuddle and resemble a fuzzy ball, but in reality, many of our furry friends are suffering.
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In theory, fat animals are perfect. They are comforting to cuddle and resemble a fuzzy ball, but in reality, many of our furry friends are suffering.
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Similar to how tobacco companies are held accountable for selling products with known adverse health risks by paying “user fees” to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, sugary drink taxes force beverage companies to be held responsible for some of the costs of diabetes and other illnesses exacerbated by their products.
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Similar to how tobacco companies are held accountable for selling products with known adverse health risks by paying “user fees” to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, sugary drink taxes force beverage companies to be held responsible for some of the costs of diabetes and other illnesses exacerbated by their products.
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New findings from UC Berkeley researchers indicate that viral infections can have unexpected consequences, including a deterioration in muscle health, a lesser sense of well-being and a higher inclination toward obesity, according to a campus press release.
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New findings from UC Berkeley researchers indicate that viral infections can have unexpected consequences, including a deterioration in muscle health, a lesser sense of well-being and a higher inclination toward obesity, according to a campus press release.
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Wanting to improve your physical health and appearance should be rooted in your own intrinsic motivations — diet and exercise to improve the quality of your life, not solely to achieve an outward appearance or because others are saying you should.
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Wanting to improve your physical health and appearance should be rooted in your own intrinsic motivations — diet and exercise to improve the quality of your life, not solely to achieve an outward appearance or because others are saying you should.
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