Jan 212016

REVEALED: Best diet to help you achieve WEIGHT LOSS and PEAK HEALTH
DASH, short for dietary approaches to stop hypertension, was created by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute in order to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, manage diabetes and help with weight loss. The institute came up with the diet on the

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Jan 132016
State of the State: Inslee wants funds for schools, mental health, wildfires
The Seattle Times
Gov. Jay Inslee called Tuesday in his State of the State address for lawmakers to focus this session on K-12 education, mental health and wildfire funding. But Inslee also acknowledged there will be no full plan this year to resolve the state Supreme

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Jan 112016

Chicago Tribune
Walgreens to sell health clinics to Advocate
Chicago Tribune
Walgreens has agreed to sell its Chicago-area health clinics to Downers Grove-based Advocate Health Care as part of the drugstore chain's massive effort to streamline operations and cut costs. The two companies said Monday that the deal includes all 56
Retail health: Advocate Health Care takes over Walgreen clinics in ChicagoFierceHealthcare
Advocate Health Care to run 56 metro Chicago Walgreens clinics: 6 things to knowBecker’s Hospital Review

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Jan 092016

New York Post
Best Diets 2016: From Fastest Weight Loss To Conquering Cravings
When it comes to dieting, losing weight fast holds some appeal. Perhaps that's why U.S. News & World Report has added a Fast Weight-Loss Diet category to its annual rankings of best diet plans. And one of the diets that comes out on top is the HMR
This is the best diet for overall weight-lossNew York Post
Biggest Loser Diet: Named Best Fast Weight Loss Diet Of 2016Hollywood Life
What Is the 'Best Diet' for You?U.S. News & World Report

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Jan 072016

Healthcare IT News
Poor healthcare apps could cost hospitals $100 million a year, Accenture says
Healthcare IT News
Accenture suggested that as consumers bring their service expectations from other industries into healthcare, providers will likely see higher switching rates on par with the mobile phone industry (9 percent), cable TV providers (11 percent) or even

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