Jan 282016
 

NPR
Do-It-Yourselfers Face Penalties Over Their Cut-Rate Health Insurance
NPR
Last fall, Shalonda Brown decided she'd had it with paying nearly $1,000 a month for family health, dental and vision plans through her job at an independent lab in Dallas. Casting about for an alternative, she checked out individual family plans on …

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Jan 192016
 

People Magazine
Trainers Pile on Lbs. – To Lose Weight Alongside Clients – in New Show Fit to Fat to Fit
People Magazine
On A&E's new reality show, Fit to Fat to Fit, 10 personal trainers aim to prove their weight loss strategies really work by taking their own advice – after intentionally gaining weight to lose it with their clients. … The best way to lose weight is

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Jan 132016
 

Latin Post
Human trials will test freeze-dried poop pills as a weight-loss treatment
ScienceAlert
If you want to lose weight, a new diet or gym membership sounds a whole lot better than consuming someone else's poop in pill form, but that's exactly the method researchers are about to investigate in a clinical trial that's been approved for later
Weight Loss Pills Lined with Dried Human Feces Are Being Tested to Combat ObesityLatin Post
Freeze-dried supplements containing human poo are being tested for weight lossNEWS.com.au
Freeze-Dried Poop Pills Are Being Tested to Treat ObesityPeople Magazine
Medical Daily -New York Daily News -AOL News
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Jan 082016
 

Discovery News
A Weight-Loss Program Just for You
Discovery News
The new year is just around the corner, and no doubt many Americans who gained a few too many pounds during the holiday season — and possibly more than that in the months before — are resolving to drop some weight. Perennial dieters tend to have …
Coming soon: Weight loss programs tailored to a person's genome, experts predictMilwaukee Journal Sentinel (blog)
Diet Doc's Calorie Loading Medical Weight Loss Programs Enable their Patients GlobeNewswire (press release)
Soon, Your Personal Weight-Loss ProgramThe New Indian Express
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Dec 292015
 

USA TODAY
Health care for the poor: Communities seek solutions
USA TODAY
When Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini visited his company's offices around the country, he was struck by the struggles of some of his employees — such as single moms working in his call centers who used food stamps or had to enroll their children in Medicaid.
Editorial: Improving health care, while reducing costsFredericksburg.com
Florida must address health care for uninsuredTallahassee.com

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