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Living Longer, Living Stronger / Weil Interview Discussion (Part VI) #809846

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Nov 24, 2005
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Tucson, Arizona: Heidi Collins) Taped interview held with 63-year-old Dr. Andrew Weil, author of "Healthy Aging" & University of Arizona professor. [At his Arizona ranch, WEIL - outlines why people trust him; talks about his approach to "integrative medicine" that uses alternative medicines; states the key to longevity is delaying the onset of age-related disease, diet, physical activity, stress management, breathing methods.] [Cedars Sinai gastroenterologist Dr. Graham WOOLF†- questions Weil's approach, including using herbal remedies that are not benign.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Collins, Heidi

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