BOSTON — Consumers don’t mind — in fact, they are supportive of — most government actions aimed at convincing them to lead a healthier lifestyle, a survey conducted by Harvard’s School of Public Health shows. But their support wanes if they perceive the government’s actions as being intrusive or coercive, researchers stated in a news release earlier this month. Significantly, the study found that support was higher for government efforts ...

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