Jan 282016
 

UCSF News Services
Leslie Z. Benet Receives Highest Honor in Pharmacy
UCSF News Services
Leslie Z. Benet, PhD, a professor in the UCSF School of Pharmacy, has received the highest accolade bestowed by the American Pharmacists Association. The association announced its 2016 Remington Honor Medal last week, honoring Benet, a professor …

Jan 192016
 

Women’s Health (registration) (blog)
Swallowing Freeze-Dried Poop Could Become the Next Big Weight-Loss Trend
Women’s Health (registration) (blog)
But it will definitely be cool to see if this becomes part of the weight-loss plan of the future. Want to give or take a poop? The study isn't open yet for recruitment, but you can regularly check here to sign up once they're accepting participants
Poop pills: Capsules stuffed with fecal matter being tested for weight lossExaminer.com

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Jan 142016
 

Times Record
Next Health Care Enrollment Deadline Friday
Times Record
Image Courtesy HealthCare.Gov The federal Health Insurance Marketplace opens Sunday, Nov. 1 for coverage that begins Jan. 1. Arkansans can expect to see a 4.3 percent average increase in health care plans, but shopping around could garner a better …

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Jan 122016
 
BBB warns of too good to be true weight loss programs
Jefferson City News Tribune
Weight loss is among the most common New Year's resolutions — and one that often fails. Better Business Bureau is no weight-loss guru, but BBB handles thousands of complaints about weight-loss programs and products as well as health clubs every year.

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Jan 122016
 

BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)
Getting what we need in health care
BizTimes.com (Milwaukee)
The Rolling Stones tell us, “You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometime you find, you get what you need.” You don't have to be a curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to know that they were of course singing about 21st century

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Jan 082016
 

New York Times (blog)
Well | Rethinking Weight Loss and the Reasons We're 'Always Hungry'
New York Times (blog)
David Ludwig often uses an analogy when he talks about weight loss: Human beings are not toaster ovens. If we were, then the types of calories we consumed would not matter, and calorie counting would be the most effective way to lose weight. Dr. Ludwig …

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Jan 032016
 

iMedicalApps
Best weight loss apps identified in new study available apps
iMedicalApps
iMedicalApps and JMIR Publications have partnered to help disseminate interesting and innovative digital health research being done worldwide. Each article in this series will feature summaries of interesting studies from the study authors to help you

Dec 302015
 
Commentary: Next Year's Health-Care 'Cage Fight'
Times Record (blog)
Asa Hutchinson a few months to negotiate with the federal government — and then sometime next year they'll decide how to reform health care. It will be a “cage fight,” in the words of Sen. Jim Hendren, R-Sulphur Springs, chairman of the Health Reform …

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Dec 262015
 
The weight-loss tip you don't take seriously but should
News & Observer
We realize the Internet is flooded with weight-loss tips. And there's no way you could possibly adhere to all of them, especially considering more than a few contradict each other. Often the more out-there advice monopolizes the conversation (think

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Aug 042015
 

WESH Orlando
Meeting next week could bring answers for families turned away at pharmacy
WESH Orlando
The DEA said it's withholding comment until next Monday's board of pharmacy meeting. Rubenstein serves on the committee tasked with fixing Florida's prescription access problem. “I would like the DEA to be responsible for some of the things that have
DEA 'Pill Mill' Crackdown May Be Causing An Unintended ConsequenceWBUR

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