Seven years ago, Los Angeles officials banned all new fast food restaurants in South LA in an effort to cut obesity rates. What happened? Obesity rates went up. This doesn’t seem that surprising for a couple reasons. First, the area was already saturated with fast food options. And second, older fast food brands tend to be less healthy than the new (and banned) ones.

+ Drinkers of Smirnoff vodka, Tanqueray gin and other alcoholic beverages will soon see nutritional labels on their bottles. (The font is pretty small, so they’ll only have to see the information for the first shot or two.)