Aug 17, 2010 8:24 PM GMT
This was an interesting study of social psychology. It's a simple solution for a complex problem as obesity results in skyrocketing costs. I don't have too many other details. But what the university researchers found is that when they placed a line in the shopping cart with duct tape and a sign that says put your vegetables and fruits here, the sales for fresh produce doubled without increasing the total bill.
Instead of having mandatory universal health care insurance to cover diseases that are preventable in a Constitutionally arguable move, perhaps we should just have another national program. We can use part of the federal stimulus package money to line and sign these grocery carts.