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Hospitals As Health Nannies: Prescriptions for Fruits and Other Unusual Ways to Keep the Doctor Away

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Hospitals As Health Nannies: Prescriptions for Fruits and Other Unusual Ways to Keep the Doctor Away

July 26, 2013

http://healthland.time.com/2013/07/26/hospitals-as-health-nannies-prescriptions-for-fruits-and-other-unusual-ways-to-keep-the-doctor-away/?iid=hl-main-lead

 

Source - TIME Magazine


Hospitals are writing prescriptions for fruits and vegetables to treat childhood obesity. Paula Sword, manager of Seattle Children’s Hospital Obesity Program, shares how Seattle Children’s is leading by example in the fight against childhood obesity.

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