Issue #137| Oct 22nd 2016
The "Heath Halo Effect"is an advertising strategy in which a company will proclaim on the front of a package the many supposed health benefits of a product in order to entice the health-conscious consumer to buy it ... but is the advertising accurate? Learn how to sniff out over-hyped labels.

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