La Vida Loko — What Took So Long?

November 16, 2010 at 1:24 pm | Posted in Health Policy, Journalism, Media business, Public Health, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Word in today’s New York Times that the FDA is ready to take a stand on alcohol-laced caffeinated energy drinks offers a good opportunity to consider the impact of media attention on health policy. I offer some thoughts on this in a blog posting written in my guise as a Senior Fellow at the Hunter College Center for Health, Media and Policy. See the complete post here. And please take a few minutes to explore the interesting work that the Center is doing.

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