|Abstract||I.- Obesity as a growing health problem: the global epidemic and the cases of Europe and Spain. II. Determining factors of obesity and prevention strategies. III. Food Safety, Law and Obesity. IV. Public actions to fight against obesity. - 1. International level. - 2. European Union. - 3. National level: the case of Spain.|
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