Nov 112013
 

New York Times (blog)
No Health Insurance? Just Drink.
New York Times (blog)
According to Think Progress, this isn't a one-time thing: “The group is touring 20 different campuses this fall in a $750,000 effort to convince college students that they're better off being uninsured than getting health coverage through Obamacare

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Nov 112013
 
Rush is on to get health care under old insurance plans
USA TODAY
Citing the nation's new health-care law, the company switched to a high-deductible plan that won't pay for medical care until the family spends $4,000 out of pocket.So, like many others, Edson is cramming in all of the health care she can to take

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Nov 112013
 

MSNBC
House Subpoenas Todd Park, Marks Him as Next Healthcare.gov Scapegoat
The Atlantic Wire
Henry Chao, the Department of Health and Human Services' Deputy Chief Information Officer, was briefly in the spotlight when contractors blamed him for the delay of the website's window shopping tool. Last week, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid 
Tech pros hit Issa for taking Park away from HealthCare.govCNN (blog)
Darrell Issa Accused Of Political Stunt In Subpoena Of Healthcare.gov Fixer Huffington Post
WH Rejects Request for Healthcare.gov Tech to Appear at HearingThe New American

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Nov 112013
 

NPR (blog)
HealthCare.gov Enrollment Falls Far Short of Target
Wall Street Journal
The early tally falls far short of internal goals set by President Barack Obama's administration in the months leading up to the opening of the HealthCare.gov site Oct. 1, and the low number has worried health insurers that are counting on higher turnout.
Initial reports show HealthCare.gov enrollment lower than expectedCBS News
The First Estimate On Insurance Signups Is Pretty Darned SmallNPR (blog)
12 state-run health-care exchanges report 49100 enrolledChicago Tribune
National Journal
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Nov 112013
 

Slate Magazine
Smartphone Apps Let Us Fixate on Every Aspect of Our Diet. Is That Good for Us?
Slate Magazine
More than 100 million Americans are currently on diets—each dieter will make an average of four to five attempts this year—and their efforts help the weight-loss industry pull in about $20 billion a year. But not all that money comes from Weight

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Nov 112013
 

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Nov 112013
 

A former Navy officer who has crossed paths with a Malaysian businessman at the center of the U.S. Navy bribery scandal says he can understand how those implicated were seduced by Leonard "Fat Leonard" Francis.

Nov 112013
 

[ Watch the Video: FDA Wants To Trim The Fat, Literally ] Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online By now, you’ve probably seen the news about the US Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) waging war on trans-fats. The preliminary determination states that partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs), being the primary dietary source of artificial trans-fat in processed foods, are not …

Nov 112013
 

AUCKLAND – A fat middle is being described as a greater indication of your health status than your body mass index (BMI).