I want to share an OP-ED from the New York Times with you titled "Rethinking Our Rights to Dangerous Behaviors." The OP-ED discusses the book Lethal but Legal: Corporations, Consumption, and Protecting Public Health by Nicholas Freudenberg, which asks us to rethink questions such as, "Do junk food companies have the right to market to children?" Instead, why can't we ask, "Do children have the right to a healthy diet?" Because ultimately, why can't we use science and technology to impact well-being in positive ways as opposed to ways that are harmful? These are important questions and I would like to hear your thoughts on them. So please post them in the Comments section below. I look forward to our dialogue.
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