Scientists gauge how predatory marketing and advertising targets susceptible populations

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A review by researchers at the CUNY Urban Foodstuff Plan Institute reveals a disproportionate existence of predatory food items and beverage advertising in very low-earnings New York Town neighborhoods with damaging wellness results compared to wealthier neighborhoods.

For the study, guide creator Katy Tomaino Fraser and colleagues performed an outdoor environmental scan of the crafted ecosystem to fully grasp the existence and variants of predatory marketing in the South Bronx, Pelham Throggs Neck, the Higher West Side and Chelsea/Greenwich Village. Around a three-7 days interval, pairs of skilled scientists canvassed the neighborhoods to document the

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