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Obama's healthcare reforms on trial
Barack Obama saw his Affordable Care Act remain law last week, as the US Supreme Court ruled it is constitutional. Ed Davies (BMJ US news and features editor) talks to Janice Hopkins Tanne (freelance journalist based in New York) about the ruling’s implications.
And what are the options for tackling childhood obesity? Li Ming Wen (research and evaluation manager at Sydney University) believes intervention needs to be early, and has demonstrated that giving new mothers simple nutrition messages reduces their child’s BMI at age two. BMJ assistant editor Helen MacDonald speaks to him.
US Supreme Court upholds Obama’s health reform act
The US Supreme Court’s ruling on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Effectiveness of home based early intervention on children’s BMI at age 2: randomised controlled trial
Obama's healthcare reforms on trial: 0:35
Reducing BMI in young children: 8:43