Here's a paradox. Natividad Medical Center sits in the midst of California's bountiful Salinas Valley, generally referred to as America's “salad bowl” for its bounty of fresh produce. Yet, a few years ago, the medical center faced a crisis as its employee and patient base struggled with the ill effects of rampant obesity and diabetes, all traced in large measure to unhealthy eating habits (in fact, three-quarters of Natividad patients are diabetic or ...

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