"Fast Food Capital" Shapes Up to Fight Obesity

Once upon a time, the Western Kentucky town of Owensboro was known for its dubious distinction as the "Fast Food Capital of the World." It was a well-deserved title, as it was found to order more fast food per capita than anywhere else. A little more than a decade later, the damage to the health of Owensboro became readily apparent in the results of a health survey: 60 PERCENT of that area's population was found to be either obese or overweight. Since that 2000 survey, local school...

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