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Should government 'bribe' people to be healthy?


Should taxpayers' money be used to bribe people to lose weight or give up smoking?

The chairman of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) Sir Michael Rawlins discusses what incentives the government should use to entice people to lead healthy lifestyles.

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