Having it your way doesn’t pay when it comes to obesity, a new study finds. A ban on new, fast-food restaurants in South Los Angeles, which was put in place seven years ago to curb obesity, has failed, according to a Rand Corp. report released on Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reports. The report says the percentage of overweight people actually increased locally between 2007 and 2012 especially in South L.A.
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