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Williams Upfront: Obesity - Myth Or Reality?

Obesity - Myth Or Reality?

Thursday 15 June, at 9.30pm,
SKY News Australia New Zealand, (SKY Channel 54)

Top Gut or Top Gun? Methods used in the United States to measure BMI class Tom Cruise as overweight and, George Clooney as obese. The New Zealand Government has set aside $76.4M in this year's budget to deal with the issue of obesity - why and how will it be spent?Join us to decide just how big a problem obesity is for New Zealand and what can be done.

Guests:
Sue Kedgley, Green Party Spokesperson for Health
Jenni Pearce, Nutritionist
Celia Murphy, Obesity Action Coalition
Jeremy Irwin, Executive Director, Association of NZ Advertisers
Deborah Hill Cone, Williams Up Front Panel Member
Pauline Winter, Williams Up Front Panel Member

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