Navigating the medical system can be confusing and frustrating. We get advice from experts on how to become a smarter health care advocate for yourself and your loved ones.
More than 60% of Americans are said to be overweight. A panel joins Diane to discuss obesity trends in this country and the effort on the part of some to blame the fast food industry.
- Margo Wootan director of nutrition policy at the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
- Alison Kretzer Grocery Manufacturers of America
- Greg Critser author of "Fat Land: How Americans Became The Fattest People On Earth"
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