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Dec 052014
 
4 healthy habits to steal from the Amish
Fox News
Although my primary passions are nutrition, fitness and healthy living, I have also taken a keen interest in the Amish culture for many years. In fact, I was offered the amazing opportunity to spend one full week on an Amish Farm in the city of Bird-in

Dec 052014
 

The Courier-Journal
UofL plans institute to improve state's health
The Courier-Journal
U of L officials announced Thursday that the School of Public Health and Information Sciences plans to establish the Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky, pending approval by the university's board of trustees, with support from a three-year, $4 million …
UofL to address state's health issues and disparitiesThe Lane Report

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Dec 052014
 

NPR (blog)
Government Says Bosses Can't Force Workers To Get Health Tests
NPR (blog)
An employee who refuses is subject to a $500 surcharge on health insurance premiums and could lose up to $1,500 in Honeywell contributions to a health savings account. A worker and spouse are also each subject to a $1,000 tobacco surcharge if they …

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Dec 052014
 

Baltimore Sun
New city health commissioner to lead campaign against substance abuse
Baltimore Sun
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has tapped a high-profile emergency room physician and former Rhodes scholar to be Baltimore's new health commissioner and guide the city in addressing the root causes of substance abuse. The appointment of Dr. Leana …

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Dec 052014
 

New York Times
Big Changes in Fine Print of Some 2015 Health Plans
New York Times
But tucked within the plans' jargon are changes that could markedly affect how much consumers pay for health care. Generic drugs will soon be free, but the cost of expensive specialty medications will increase. Co-payments for visits to primary-care

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Dec 052014
 

Fox News
Mental engagement may preserve health literacy in aging
Fox News
Health literacy is the ability to understand and apply basic health information, and past research shows that older people with low health literacy are less able to care for their chronic diseases and more likely to use the emergency room, the study

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Dec 052014
 
Smart Investments: Invest In The Health Of Women And Children Worldwide
Forbes
As governments, organizations, and private individuals commit large contributions to fight Ebola in western Africa, we are reminded of the need to invest in building health care systems in developing nations that are designed to handle public health