Jan 182016
 

Sacramento Bee
Sutter Health's new CEO: Sarah Krevans talks hospitals, tech and books
Sacramento Bee
It's one of Northern California's oldest health care systems, taking its name from Sacramento pioneer John Sutter and its first hospital site near Sutter's Fort. Today, Sutter Health employs about 48,000 people and runs 24 hospitals and 33 outpatient

Jan 092016
 

NJ.com
Deadline looms for Hispanics to enroll in affordable health care | Opinion
NJ.com
By JACKIE CORNELL-BECHELLI AND DR. ALEXANDER HESQUIJAROSA. With less than a month before the Affordable Care Act's (ACA) Open Enrollment Period ends on January 31, more than 120,000 individuals across New Jersey are enrolled in …

Jan 092016
 

Shreveport Times
Children's mental health system in transition
Shreveport Times
Youth mental health care is in the midst of another transition — leaving parents wondering about the quality of care they can expect for their children this year. As of Dec. 1, the Department of Health and Hospitals started to transition Medicaid

Jan 052016
 

NPR
Global Health Forecast For 2016: Which Diseases Will Rise … Or Fall?
NPR
Some experts are already looking suspiciously at a mosquito-borne culprit that had been a relatively small player in global health but is now alarming health officials in Brazil — the Zika virus. The incidence of Zika infection has been low but has
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Nov 242015
 

CNBC
Pfizer to buy Allergan for record $160 billion
CNBC
The deal, the largest ever in the health care sector, is expected to close in second half of next year. Pfizer said it expects to redomicile to Ireland, where Allergan is registered. The latest such "inversion" would slash its Pfizer's corporate tax
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Big Pharma Companies: Pfizer, Allergan Talks About Biggest Healthcare MergerLatin Post
Pfizer, Allergan reportedly near $150 billion dealModernHealthcare.com
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Aug 092015
 

TIME
Kings Home Healthcare Inc. awarded highest service rating
Republican & Herald
A home health care provider that serves Schuylkill County was awarded the highest star rating in July by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Kings Home Healthcare Inc., which serves the county as well as Northumberland and Columbia counties, …
These Are the Cheapest and Most Costly States for Retiree Health CareTIME
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Obama signs Medicare observation stays billModernHealthcare.com

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Aug 092015
 
To Your Good Health: There are many causes of weight loss
TwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
Q. A year ago, I weighed 175 pounds. My wife became quite concerned when I started to lose weight. I am generally in good shape. My internist ordered a series of blood tests, CT and MRI scans and a brain scan. All results were favorable. However, I now …

Jul 302015
 

Food World News
Best New Proteins for Weight Loss
Food World News
The Pennsylvania State University study stated that, one of the best sources of proteins in weight loss is Chia Seeds, even though chia seeds contains less protein but, the seeds do contain all nine essential amino acids which can easily convert by the

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Apr 022015
 
Highly effective and affordable weight loss program
Medical Xpress
"Not only did we see clinically significant weight loss by one-third of the participants, we were particularly intrigued by the high retention rate of the members compared with other costly commercial programs," said Nia Mitchell, MD, MPH (pictured

Apr 022015
 

Business Insider
David Cameron lost 13 pounds in 3 months by cutting out peanuts
Business Insider
Cameron, however, has chosen a more traditional method of weight loss: running every other day. "I'm not doing 5:2. I couldn't cope with either 5 or 2," he said of Osbourne's dramatic diet, according to The Telegraph. "I need to eat properly, but just

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