Over the course of any given month, I hear any number of solutions to the so-called health care crisis. And they run all the way up and down the spectrum, from "feds should pay for everything" nonsense to the equally unrealistic "let's do away with it altogether."

Today I stumbled across something a little more down to earth.

In their latest book, authors Tom Gilliam and Jane Neill argue that — rather than cut benefits — employers should spend more on their workers, in the form of a formal weight loss program.

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