The obesity epidemic in the U.S. has left the medical community perplexed about how to get people to change their eating habits. Government is opting for public policy alterations like healthier school lunches. New York City has a new ban on selling large sodas or sugary beverages at restaurants and sports events.
But a Connecticut-based group is trying another way – literally giving people prescriptions for fruits and vegetables. And it seems to be working.
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