Jan 142016
 
The More Women Earn, the Less Healthy They Feel
Harvard Business Review
Are executive women gaining power at the expense of their health? Or do their high earnings and advanced degrees protect them from unhealthy outcomes? I surveyed 369 North American professional women, largely drawn from Fortune 500 companies, …

Jan 142016
 

Yahoo Health
What a Top Brain Health Expert Eats for Breakfast and Lunch
Yahoo Health
Nutritional neurologist David Perlmutter let Yahoo Health into his kitchen. Spoiler alert: He is not afraid of olive oil! Filmmaker Max Lugavere is known for his popular vlogs on health science topics ranging from intermittent fasting to the microbiome.

Jan 122016
 

The American Prospect
Hawaii Long-Term Health Care Bill Serves as National Model
The American Prospect
Across the country, as millions of baby boomers hit retirement age, they are beginning to feel the strain of paying for health care. A full 10,000 Americans have turned 65 every single day since 2011, and will continue to do so until 2030—a trend that

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Jan 102016
 

The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
Patients shed serious pounds with Health Transitions Clinic weight loss program
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
Dr. Charles Pruchno poses for a portrait in the Physicians' Clinic of Iowa Medical Pavilion in Cedar Rapids on Dec. 31, 2015. Pruchno opened the Health Transitions Clinic one year ago and designed a weight loss program for people with medical issues …

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Jan 072016
 

PEOPLE Great Ideas
They're Half Their Size! Our 2016 Weight-Loss Winners Dropped a Whopping 770 Lbs.
PEOPLE Great Ideas
With her military husband deployed for months at a time, Sarah Beasley drowned her sadness in entire cans of chocolate frosting, driving her weight up to 260 lbs. Using the Beachbody program, she lost 120 lbs. and is committed to her daily, 5:30 a.m. …

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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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Jan 042016
 

Harrington Journal
Lewes man threatens to bomb Magnolia pharmacy
Dover Post
A Lewes man is in custody after he threatened to blow up a Magnolia pharmacy during a failed robbery attempt. No explosives were found, Delaware State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Gary Fournier said. The incident took place around 9:30 a.m. Saturday, …
Delaware State Police: Lewes man threatens pharmacy with explosivesWDEL 1150AM
Lewes man arrested in attempted robbery of Magnolia pharmacyHarrington Journal
Del. man arrested for threatening pharmacistsWMDT

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