Calorie counts like the one on this McDonald's drive-thru in New York are intended to help people make healthier choices. But researchers say they're often too confusing. Ed Ou/AP hide caption

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Panda Express Takes Sweet And Sour Beyond The Food Court

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Signs for "Bypass Burgers" and "Flatliner Fries" are seen in the window of the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas. A man who suffered a heart attack in the restaurant was wheeled out on a stretcher Saturday. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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McDonald's Courts Mom Bloggers When Changing The Menu

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Bowing To Pressure, McDonald's Makes Happy Meals More Healthful

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