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CDC Begins to Practice What it Preaches

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CDC Begins to Practice What it Preaches

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CDC Begins to Practice What it Preaches

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is finally throwing out the fat-filled food in its cafeteria and replacing it with a healthy menu. And those finger-wagging scientists are getting with the exercise program, too. The CDC's broken-down gym is being retrofitted with state-of-the-art equipment worth $200,000.

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Good morning. I'm John Ydstie.

Under the heading practice what you preach, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is finally throwing out the fat-filled food in its cafeteria and replacing it with a healthy menu. And those finger-wagging scientists are getting with the exercise program, too. The CDC's broken-down gym is being retrofitted with state-of-the-art equipment worth $200,000. OK, doc, no more excuses. This is MORNING EDITION.

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