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Ellen Ruppel Shell is a correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly and writes for Discover and the New York Times Magazine, among other publications. A valuable study of the war many people fight against an excess of calories. 2 people found this helpful.

Ellen Ruppel Shell is a correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly and writes for Discover and the New York Times Magazine, among other publications. She is associate professor and co-director of the Program in Science Journalism at BostonUniversity.

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Fat Wars - Ellen Ruppel Shell. Ellen Ruppel Shell is a correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly and writes for Discover and the New York Times Magazine, among other publications. She is associate professor and co-director of the Program in Science Journalism at Boston University. Revelatory’ Observer. Библиографические данные. Fat Wars: The Inside Story of the Obesity Industry.

Ellen Ruppel Shell (born 1952) is a correspondent for The Atlantic Monthly, and professor of science journalism. Shell was born in Auburn, New York, United States. In 1974, Shell received a . degree from the University of Rochester. Shell's work tends to focus on the intersection of science and society with a special emphasis on medical policy, and she also writes on the politics of science, science and the media, and environmental policy.

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Ellen Ruppel Shell is the author of the forthcoming book The Job: Work and It’s Future in a Time of Radical Change. Mengxin Li. The e State. The more bosses try to keep track of their workers, the more precious time employees waste trying to evade them. A heated exchange with the market’s security guard ensues-all recorded on video-and the woman is allowed to leave only after the child’s father arrives to explain the situation.

We are facing a gathering health crisis of epic proportions. The crisis is obesity and the diseases linked to it - hypertension, diabetes, cancer and heart disease. While multinational drug companies race to find a cure, the problem only worsens, with experts declaring thatthe UK is the second most obese nation on the planet and that 31,000 death a year in Britain are obesity-related. In a rare blend of cutting-edge science, history and personal stories, Shell builds a compelling narrative culminating in a thought-provoking - and radical - call to arms. This is the definitive account of how the western world got fat - and what we can do about it. 'A fascinating book... Shell has a droll manner and narrative gift that transforms the most unpromising chapters of obesity R&D into observant little dramas... An illuminating history of overweight' -- Catherine Bennett, Guardian 'A real steel magnolia of a book. A political fist clenched inside a scientific glove. Charmingly written with plenty of human interest and colour, its underlying message is nonetheless clear and radical.' -- Jerome Burne, Financial Times
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Diets & Weight Loss
Author: Ellen Ruppel Shell
ISBN: 1843541424
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Diets & Weight Loss
Language: English
Publisher: Atlantic Books; Main edition (January 13, 2004)
Pages: 304 pages