Getting Heavy With Fat

Chamberlain, Jenny
May 2004
North & South;May2004, Issue 218, p34
Focuses on the actions taken by health specialists to address the obesity problems in New Zealand. Methods used by gastric surgeon Richard Stubbs in removing excess fats from his patients; Background of the Healthy Eating-Healthy Action strategy launched by the Ministry of Health; Information on the book "Diary of A Fat Man," by Paul Jeffreys. INSETS: Everyday Hell;Fat Man Slim.


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