New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's health campaign, which recently enacted a ban on super sized sodas in commercial foodservice establishments, will also soon banish sugary and fatty foods from both public and private hospitals in the city, reports ABC News. The city's 15 public hospitals have already cut calories in patient meals and restricted the sale of sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks at vending machines, but now the city's Healthy Hospital Food Initiative is ...
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