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"The diet is killing us." How massive economic forces are transforming diet and health in developing countries. nyti.ms/2y7umX1
Her son "didn’t like to eat — until I started giving him Nestlé foods." She has diabetes and high blood pressure. nyti.ms/2y79JtH
"The diet is killing us." How massive economic forces are transforming diet and health in developing countries. nyti.ms/2wiSol3
Brazil is a microcosm of how after eradicating hunger, a country can face a spiking obesity rate nyti.ms/2xHFayS
Across the world, more people are now obese than underweight, and a new form of malnutrition is on the rise nyti.ms/2h90Uc4
Her son "didn’t like to eat — until I started giving him Nestlé foods." She has diabetes and high blood pressure. nyti.ms/2h8uYEC
How big business got Brazil hooked on junk food nyti.ms/2jwjvmV
“Everyone here knows that Nestlé products are good for you,” says a door-to-door vendor in a Brazilian slum nyti.ms/2y5pEJf
A Kit Kat on every doorstep: How food giants conquer isolated pockets of the world, as obesity soars. nyti.ms/2xG12KT
In developing countries, malnutrition once referred to scarcity. Now it can be linked to junk food and obesity. nyti.ms/2xpzetp
As countries develop they get a western diet and a western problem: obesity. It doubled in 73 countries since 1980. nyti.ms/2h9WgOV
A soaring global obesity epidemic, captured in the daily work of a door-to-door saleswoman for Nestle in Brazil. nyti.ms/2jyJ078
The world's obesity epidemic is inextricably linked to the sales of packaged foods pushed by multinational companies nyti.ms/2fq9rXY
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My attempt to get to the bottom of the eclipse glasses fiasco and solve the mystery of a sign. nyti.ms/2wQxfO5
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