Medical groups' anti-obesity drive urges exercise, healthy eating
Sacramento Bee, March 27, 2008
Two and a half years after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger hosted his obesity prevention summit, California's main physician and managed care groups unveiled their recommendations: Eat sensibly and exercise. Those suggestions, in a nutshell, are outlined in three tool kits for children and adults released by the California Medical Association Foundation, which represents doctors, and the California Association of Health Plans.
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