Jan 102016
 

The Tennessean
TNfit: Health crisis antidote isn't in the doctors office
The Tennessean
Celia Larson walks a mile every day on her lunch break. It originally took her 20 minutes but she whittled it down to 16 or 17 minutes. She's dedicated — she keeps walking shoes at her desk and hits the track rain, sleet, snow or shine. She's 60 and

Jan 042016
 

The Olympian
Owner, unable to buy pharmacy, opens West Olympia Pharmacy
The Olympian
Before owner and pharmacist Jim Perrou opened West Olympia Pharmacy on Yauger Way, he used to manage a previous pharmacy in the same location. He managed that business for several years before trying to buy it. Unsuccessful, Perrou finally opened …

Dec 252015
 

WPBF West Palm Beach
Unknown masked men wanted for robbery to Robalo pharmacy
WPBF West Palm Beach
According to deputies, the two men entered the pharmacy located in the 200 block of N. Federal Highway around 5:54 p.m. on Monday with guns and robbed the business of cash and medication, including insulin, and battered the employees. The suspects …

Aug 092015
 
The Best And Worst Booze To Drink If You Want To Lose Weight
Huffington Post
With fewer calories and carbs, these are the best brewskis for weight loss, Cederquist says. Many light beers contain 90 to 100 calories per 12 ounces, while extra-light beers pack about 55 to 65. However, just don't use that as an excuse to have more

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Aug 082015
 

Chicago Tribune
Weight-loss balloons get FDA approval
Chicago Tribune
The arrival of weight-loss balloons reflects a broader shift in attitudes about people who struggle with their weight. For so long, overweight people have dealt with the guilt and shame of those extra pounds, in addition to health problems like diabetes.
FDA approves new weight loss balloonTHV 11
FDA Approves Another Balloon Device for Weight LossMedscape
First Non-Surgical Weight Loss Procedure for Mild-to-Moderate ObesityDiabetes In Control
Clinical Endocrinology News Digital Network -Medgadget.com (blog) -OutpatientSurgery.net
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Aug 052015
 

New York Times
No, Giving More People Health Insurance Doesn't Save Money
New York Times
This argument for the cost savings from universal health coverage makes some intuitive sense, but it's wrong. There's strong evidence from a variety of sources that people who have health insurance spend more on medical care than people who don't.

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