Thanks to Greydesk at http://www.thebox.bz I give you:
Channel 4 - The Hospital, part 3 of 3.
Is the NHS being asked to pick up the pieces of an increasingly self-destructive society? Consultants, surgeons, nurses and midwives speak with unprecedented candour about the problems they face.
The final episode in the series looks at the cost of Britain's increasingly obese teens. At Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham, younger and younger patients are being referred for help in tackling their weight and, increasingly, they are asking for a gastric band.
While doctors and dieticians see the £6,000 operation as a last resort, some patients seek them as an 'easy' solution to their weight problem. But NHS weight management clinics can only help those who help themselves, and health professionals are hampered by young patients who don't tell them the truth about what they are eating.