Destaque para a coluna do físico Robert Park "What's New":
DIET PILLS: SORRY, WE’RE BACK TO THE "PHYSICS DIET."
During our first 200,000 years or so, Homo sapiens ate food like plump grubs from beneath rotting logs, and turtle eggs buried on the beach. Although not as convenient as McDonald's fare, it was least as tasty, and obesity was never a problem. Obesity raises concerns about heart attacks and strokes. Earlier this month, after 13 years on the market, the FDA forced the withdrawal of Meridia citing the risk of – heart attacks and strokes. Go figure! According to a story by Andrew Pollack on the front page of this morning's New York Times, the FDA has now rejected Qnexa, aother diet pill, because of concerns about birth defects and heart problems. Just last week the FDA declined to approve a drug because it caused tumors in rats. Use the Physics Plan: "Burn more calories than you consume."