Physicians Lack Confidence to Counsel Patients on Lifestyle

With an estimated two-thirds of Americans overweight or obese, the ability of healthcare providers to counsel patients regarding nutrition and exercise is "imperative," according to a study published in Preventive Cardiology.  But physicians aren't getting the job done.

1 comments on "Physicians Lack Confidence to Counsel Patients on Lifestyle"
Laura Moss (10/13/2010 at 4:28 PM)

Can this article be reprinted in our newsletter. I know that I can share it and also link it via the links provided but wanted to make sure printing was ok, as well.


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