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There is no one-size-fits-all solution for wellness. Humans come in all shapes and sizes, which means singular policy prescriptions often fail to improve the health of Americans. In fact, government intervention often makes it harder for individuals to find a healthy path. The government’s track record on wellness is abysmal: Restrictions, bans, and taxes on particular products often have unintended consequences. Worse, they are often based on poor or misinterpreted science. Government should get out of the wellness business for the benefit of the American public.
Wellness

Two Truths and a Lie: Children and Face Masks

Hadley Heath Manning | Two Truths and a Lie
Wellness

Premature Flavor Ban In DC Disregards Declines in Youth Vaping and Tobacco Use

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

The Looming War on Red Meat

Patricia Patnode | Blog
Wellness

Youth Use of Tobacco And Vapor Products Has Significantly Declined In Minnesota

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Youth Tobacco And Vapor Product Use Continues To Decline In Missouri

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Youth Vaping Down, Combustible Cigarette Use At Record Lows In Arkansas

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Another Survey Finds Youth Vaping Has Declined

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Despite Failed Attempts To Ban Flavors, Youth Tobacco and Vapor Product Use Has Declined In Maine

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Video | Policy Focus: E-Cigarettes And Public Health

Lindsey Stroud & Michele Vogt | Video
Wellness

FACT CHECK: Is Teen Vaping A Public Health Crisis?

Lindsey Stroud | Unicorn Fact Check
Wellness

Youth Use of Tobacco and Vapor Products Is Declining In Wisconsin

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

Takeaways: E-Cigarettes and Public Health

Lindsey Stroud | Takeaways

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