Jan 232016
 

Miami Herald
Miami-Dade healthcare operator convicted of $56 million Medicare scam
Miami Herald
An operator of Miami-Dade healthcare agencies was found guilty on Thursday of falsely billing $56 million to the taxpayer-funded Medicare program while paying bribes to doctors and recruiters to supply patients who did not need or receive the costly
Home health agency owner convicted in $57M health care fraudSouth Florida Business Journal

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Jan 112016
 

New York Post
Best Diets 2016: From Fastest Weight Loss To Conquering Cravings
NPR
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 092016
 

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Jan 092016
 

Forbes
Health Insurance Or Penalty — Time To Decide
Forbes
January 31st is the last day of open enrollment for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act. Since 2014, if a person does not have health insurance, they are subject to a fine for not having coverage. In 2016, that fine is pretty hefty – $695
More than 151K Utahns have signed up for federal health insuranceKSL.com

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Aug 062015
 

Norfolk Daily News
Family pharmacy sold in Wisner
Norfolk Daily News
As Norgard worked to make the pharmacy a mainstay in the community, he put in long hours at the store, five and a half days a week. In efforts to be convenient, he stayed open until 6 every evening. In response, Ann held off serving dinner until 8 each

Aug 032015
 

Crestview News Bulletin
Crestview weight-loss group installs new officers
Crestview News Bulletin
New officers for Take Off Pounds Sensibly's Crestview Chapter 0325 include Florette Murchison, leader, Jane McConnell, co-leader, Kimberly Cook, secretary, and Grace Bratton, treasurer. Agnes Parker, lead, and Mary Bell, assistant, will record members' …

May 232015
 

WMUR Manchester
Police seek man suspected in Concord pharmacy burglary
WMUR Manchester
A witness called police after watching a man break through the front door at the Penacook Pharmacy on Village Street around 1:45 a.m. Monday. The thief managed to get away with some drugs before police arrived. The man was described as white, stocky …
Surveillance Pictures of Possible Pharmacy Burglary Suspect ReleasedPatch.com

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May 232015
 

Fairfield Daily Republic
Commercial weight loss programs come under scrutiny
Fairfield Daily Republic
Two-thirds of American adults are overweight. The resulting health care challenges include osteoarthritis, diabetes and hypertension. Against that backdrop, a literature analysis was undertaken describing proprietary weight loss programs, published

Mar 242015
 
Pharmacy Board Director's Retirement Shortly Follows Critical Audit
Pharmacy Times (registration)
In her March 18, 2015, report, Auditor of the State Mary Mosiman highlighted that the pharmacy board asked to be reimbursed for $42,553 worth of equipment, Internet and mobile broadband charges, and office supplies. Some of the items that the pharmacy …

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Jan 152015
 
How Behavioral Economics Could Have Prevented The Harvard Meltdown Over
Forbes
Because for too long, they have received generous health insurance without being aware of the true cost of this benefit, and because Harvard, in making modest and justifiable changes to the economics of employee healthcare benefits, ignored the