A pioneering new anti-cholesterol drug shows innovation, not centralisation is the way to fight fat.
The Biden administration’s approach doesn’t offer solutions to the various obstacles that stand in the way, from local opposition to costly environmental regulation.
All a sales ban would do is push those who vape or smoke to the illegal market.
A clampdown on vaping would severely damage public health.
Australian policymakers are considering taking a page from Britain’s book and bringing in the nanny state to combat the obesity crisis.
For the UK to reach smoke-free status by 2030, the health initiatives should be encouraging vaping, not cracking down on it.
Alarmism undermines climate policy. Those who are pushing climate alarmism know full well that it will hit the poor harder than anyone else.
We are in the midst of not one, but two pandemics – Covid and obesity – which both have the potential to do serious, lasting damage to our civil liberties. The only viable long-term solution is to learn to live with both.
Taxing sugar and salt will make the poor poorer and have no effect on obesity.
Henry Dimbleby’s National Food Strategy’s key policy recommendations are new taxes on sugary and salty foods and a system whereby vegetables are provided by the NHS on prescription.