Jan 042016
 

LifeNews.com
The Government Forced These Christian Pharmacists to Sell Abortion Drugs, But
LifeNews.com
In 2007, abortion activists convinced the Washington Board of Pharmacy to pass regulations that force pharmacists in the state to dispense abortion causing drugs. This caused a major dilemma for the Stormans family, owners of a third-generation pharmacy.
Pharmacists ask Supreme Court to block state birth control ruleThe Hill
Wash. pharmacists ask Supreme Court to review Plan B rulingKIRO Seattle

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Dec 272015
 

Forbes
The Best Way To Lose Weight Is To Cut Portions, Study Says. But It's Not So
Forbes
There are very few diet “tricks” that actually work. Eating less food is by leaps and bounds the most effective method for weight loss, but it's obviously one of the hardest, since not only do we enjoy food but we often crave it, which overrides our

Nov 252015
 

West Central Tribune
'Flying ICU's' part of rural health care strategy in Willmar, growing number
West Central Tribune
It was all a kind of large-scale show-and-tell about health care in a sparsely populated region. Air transport is a key part of the region's health care strategy when it comes to traumatic injuries, strokes and heart attacks, said Dr. Mark Monte, chief

May 082015
 

CNBC
How to avoid high health-care costs in retirement
CNBC
Figuring out how much you'll need to save for future health-care costs is one of the toughest parts of retirement planning. If you have a job that offers health benefits, you probably haven't spent much time thinking about the total cost of your

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Mar 312015
 
Ali Health pens tie-up for online health testing platform
Reuters
The firm said it had signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Alibaba Health Information Technology Ltd to explore an online health testing platform – part of Ali Health's drive to take healthcare services online. Ali Health is looking to leverage

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Mar 312015
 

Texas Tribune
Health Commission Should Not Consolidate, Report Says
Texas Tribune
Leadership problems at the Texas Health and Human Services Commission in the wake of a contracting scandal that resulted in forced resignations leave the agency too vulnerable to consolidate at this time, according to a report released Monday by Gov.
Texas Health Commissioner Still On Job After Scathing ReportCBS Local
Texas health commission needs 'significant changes' in leadership, report saysDallas Morning News
Abbott report blasts health agency leadershipHouston Chronicle

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