Soda Challenge | Day 13 | October 6 | Wednesday

Had budget and leadership meetings at the Cleveland Clinic (CC) to start the day – free diet sodas offered, but I chose coffee again. Saw patients, and then ended up the day with a voting by a second group of 12 physicians from the CC on the Top Ten Innovations in Medicine likely to impact Clinical Care in 2011, for the Innovation Summit that Dr. Oz will be a featured speaker at in November. Free diet sodas at the meeting, but selected coffee followed by red wine as day started at the Clinic at 6:30 a.m. and after 10 p.m. I felt like having a soda on the way home, but the water bottle had water in it.

Had budget and leadership meetings at the Cleveland Clinic (CC) to start the day – free diet sodas offered, but I chose coffee again. Saw patients, and then ended up the day with a voting by a second group of 12 physicians from the CC on the Top Ten Innovations in Medicine likely to impact Clinical Care in 2011, for the Innovation Summit that Dr. Oz will be a featured speaker at in November.  Free diet sodas at the meeting, but selected coffee followed by red wine as day started at the Clinic at 6:30 a.m. and after 10 p.m. I felt like having a soda on the way home, but the water bottle had water in it.

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