On Background  ·   November 13, 2013

Comparing the fast food and tobacco industries

- A new study from Yale's Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity finds that children today are seeing 10 percent fewer TV ads for fast food. Is this a parallel to the advertising restrictions the government places on the tobacco industry? Maureen Morrison, a reporter with Advertising Age, weighs in. ()

- A new study from Yale's Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity finds that children today are seeing 10 percent fewer TV ads for fast food. Is this a parallel to the advertising restrictions the government places on the tobacco industry? Maureen Morrison, a reporter with Advertising Age, weighs in. ()

Comparing the fast food and tobacco industries (1:19)

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