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Are fast food and snack cakes the likely next targets of tobacco like product liability legislation? This blog post examines reports of recent research likening physiological responses to certain sorts of foods to those of addictive substances such as nicotine and draws the conclusion that the notion might not be that far-fetched. Read the post.