7 little-known health care reform measures

Calorie labeling on menus
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Eating at a restaurant can be a guessing game for those who want to watch their calorie intake. The act requires chain restaurants with more than 20 locations to post calorie content on their menus, allowing customers to make healthier decisions about what foods they choose.

The change won't affect smaller, mom-and-pop operations, so you'll have to keep guessing about how much of a hit your waistline will take from the cheeseburgers at your local diner.




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