CLEVELAND (AP) - A hospital known for its heart center is
banning artery-clogging trans fat from patient menus, cafeterias,
restaurants and vending machines.
Cleveland Clinic C-E-O Toby Cosgrove says the hospital has a
responsibility to be a "model of appropriate health behavior."
Banning trans fat has become a trend. New York City banned the
artificial fat at restaurants, and Ohio State University switched
dining hall fryers to canola oil instead of vegetable oil or