A program designed to encourage more healthful food choices through simple color-coded labels and the positioning of items in display cases was equally successful among all categories of employees at the Massachusetts General Hospital cafeteria, according to an article appearing in American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The team of Mass General researchers reported that the interventions worked equally well across all racial and ethnic groups and educational levels. “These ...

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