Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Obamacare Home Visits

Yea right. Try it you health care workers.  Try knocking on my door and forcing yourself into my home to ask me about my food choices.  Folks this isn't Chicago or New York..it's NC that is promoting this.  

I don't think this is the change we voted for.  Governor, while you're so uptight about drug testing welfare recipients, how about take a look at this too??  

Warning don't come to my door for a visit on obesity.  Don't you dare...its none of government's business what food I put on the table.  

Childhood Obesity Task Force Looks Into Home Visits

Recommendations from state panel expected this month

Sep. 3rd, 2013

RALEIGH — The North Carolina Institute of Medicine’s Task Force on Early Childhood Obesity Prevention, which has spent the last two years brainstorming new policy ideas to decrease obesity in children, soon may go beyond school cafeterias and private child care facilities and take its programs right through parents’ front doors. 

The task force’s official recommendations are scheduled for release in mid-September. The previous set of recommendations published in 2009 by a related task force – the North Carolina Task Force on Preventing Childhood Obesity – focused on measures like removing sodas from school vending machines, banning most non-cafeteria foods on campuses, and cutting the fat out of milk in preschools and child care centers.

The new task force – created by the North Carolina Institute of Medicine at the behest of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation, and staffed by many of the same government officials and health professionals as the earlier state task force — has taken the mission further, as minutes from its meetings indicate.

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