Doctors' looks: Significant factor in your care?
A new John Hopkins School of Public Health survey of 500 primary care physicians found that those who were overweight were less likely to make a diagnosis of obesity, or discuss weight with their patients, than other physicians who were at a normal weight.
Does that mean you should never go to a dentist with bad teeth, or a dermatologist with bad skin?
How much of a role, if any, does a doctor's looks play in the treatment you might get form him or her?
Medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips and supermodel and body image coach Emme talked about it with "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-hosts Jeff Glor and Nancy Cordes.
To see the discussion, click on the video in the player above.
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