Dr. Sonia Angell

Dr. Sonia Angell appears in the following:

New York City's Salt Assault

Thursday, September 10, 2015

NYC's Board of Health will now require chain restaurants to add salt warnings to dishes containing more than the recommended daily intake.

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Please Explain: Salt

Friday, January 14, 2011

Salt is found on most dining tables and in most kitchens—but this ubiquitous household item has a long and curious history. It’s a flavor enhancer, an ice melter, has been used as a currency, and has shaped civilization. Mark Kurlansky, author of  Salt: A World History, and Dr. Sonia Angell, Director, Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Control, New York City Health Department, explain what salt is, where it comes from, and discusses its influence on history and on our health.

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Life After Trans Fats

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

Dr. Sonia Angell, director of New York City's cardiovascular disease prevention and control program, talks about the city's new trans fat regulation, which goes into full effect today. And Brian bravely conducts an on-air taste test between a trans-fat-free muffin--and one with the banned substance. Plus: How are restaurants coping? ...

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