Members of a National Academies of Medicine committee on childhood obesity presented their recommendations from a report titled,… read more
Members of a National Academies of Medicine committee on childhood obesity presented their recommendations from a report titled, “Local Government Actions to Prevent Childhood Obesity,” and they answered reporters' questions at a public briefing. They talked about programs for localities to promote healthy eating and exercise as preventative measures for childhood obesity. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Judy Salerno Executive Officer National Academies->Institute of Medicine
- Eduardo Sanchez M.D. Chief Medical Officer Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Texas
- Mary Story Professor University of Minnesota->Health Policy
- Adewale Troutman M.D. Physician
- Antronette Yancey M.D. Professor University of California, Los Angeles->Health Services
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