June 27th, 2012
07:22 PM ET

Potential impacts of health care ruling

How will the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on healthcare reform tomorrow impact you? Joining to discuss are Dr. Toby Cosgrove, CEO of the Cleveland Clinic, ranked among the top medical facilities in the country, and Ron Williams, former CEO of health insurance giant Aetna, who was once a vocal supporter of Obamacare but is now against the individual mandate.

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  1. Raymond

    Approaching any problem demands clear understanding of the problems... Knowing that the population is trending toward obesity or anything really.. helps to identify a problem unless one considers this a good thing??? anyways.. how you address the problem is problamatic .. people do not like to be "told" one prefers to be overwhelmingly convinced of a path to take.. somewhat like why do I not want to eat 2500 caloria shakes or 4000 caroria hambuger etc. etc. .. I really believe it is a matter of people eat for taste.. and taste only... also they do not listen to body.. if you love that meal while you are eating it and a hour later have too much acid (I believe it requires that much acid to break down it is that one eats more than their body can handle).. anyway eating for taste and not nutrion maybe the problem answering why or even education is needed . and needed now.. of course it is like newborn they cry which is really the only exercise a newborn gets and should be allowed, one just checks to ensure it is exercise and not distress... oh I digrest so much.. it is too complicated.. I have to take the conservative view I guess and just give up .

    June 28, 2012 at 8:59 am | Reply

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