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UB Students Research City’s Food Environment To Promote Healthier Eating

December 14, 2013

The Chautauqua County Health Network wants to make Jamestown a healthier place to live, work and play....

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Dec-14-13 9:21 AM

Welp, Ima lookin on that thar map a where they doin tha thar study.. lookins like to me that the area theys a studyin is just bout where them condaminimums is at. a bit further up the hill, yall can see all different type of folk just ahangin out on thems front porch's justa doin nuthin atall...sorta like back home in west virginnie! back home, they be goin to work in the holler to the coal mines, and abuyin vittles and toiletries they be aneedin with the checks from the mine company. thems down in the surveyin area seem to be buyin a better class of vittle and them tabakies thet puttin in them corncob pipes and such, wherever that taxicab will atake them! maybe thats bacuz them healthy plants and such aint got no way to accept a swipin of a card!!!

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Dec-14-13 7:49 AM

Really? Who pays for these ridiculous studies? "Food deserts", food task force, what next? No one should be starving with the availability of food stamps, etc. There are much greater problems to be in addressed in the city, our state and country. Growing/good economy=jobs=ability to provide for oneself=eliminating "food deserts".

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