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Diet and Personality and Crime #252667

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 19, 1977
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(Studio) Ohio program prescribes diet for personality change.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio) [Ted POLLACK - admits mistreatment of wife and subsequent arrest.] Pollack's recovery on special diet reported Barbara Reed, probation officer in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, development diet approach to personality problems. Diet involves high protein, low sugar. Success of program noted. [Bay KUCHENBROD - describes experience.] [Mike FAHLER - describes former eating habits.] [Carol CASTELLO - feels better under new diet.] Reed approach detailed. [Chief probation officer Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Barbara REED - says recovery is often dramatic.] [Judge James M. BIERCE - endorsed Reed's efforts.] Diet, vitamins may have effect on criminal behavior. [Judge William B. PIKE - believes a 1-20 salvage ratio would be worth the effort.] [Voice of REED - speaks of job objective.]
REPORTER: Betty Ann Bowser

Reporter(s):
Bowser, Betty Ann;
Dean, Morton
Duration:
00:04:30

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