Jan 242016
 

Arizona Daily Star
Legislature should support early childhood education, health care
Arizona Daily Star
8 the Arizona Daily Star reported that Arizona has the third highest rate of uninsured children in the country and is the only state in the nation without an active federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Access to high-quality health and

Jan 232016
 

MyStatesman.com
Texas chiropractors pitch questionable weight-loss program
MyStatesman.com
Several Texas chiropractors, including one in the Austin area, have become franchise owners of a Pennsylvania-based weight-loss program that received an F rating from the Better Business Bureau for the past three years and uses a device that federal …

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Jan 222016
 

Xconomy
Always-on Health Care, Always-on Data
Xconomy
Thanks to major shifts to modernize traditional medicine over the last few decades, many more key stake holders across health care are better connected. These new connections—among patients, physicians, hospitals, research organizations, and more

Jan 222016
 

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 202016
 

Jerusalem Post Israel News
Health Ministry panel to examine forensic medicine practices
Jerusalem Post Israel News
Health Minister Ya'acov Litzman has appointed, together with the Justice and Public Security ministries, a committee of experts to examine forensic medicine as it is practiced in the country. It will be headed by Health Ministry director-general Moshe