Jan 242016

Is Bernie Sanders right about health care?
H. Gilbert Welch is a professor of medicine at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice and the author of "Less Medicine, More Health — 7 Assumptions that Drive Too Much Medical Care". The opinions expressed in this commentary
Debate Sharpens Over Single-Payer Health Care, But What Is It Exactly?NPR
Hillary's Unsurprising and Disingenuous Opposition to Real Health Care ReformHuffington Post
Is Single-Payer Health Care a Good Idea?U.S. News & World Report
NBCNews.com -WBUR
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Jan 162016

The Courier-Journal
City offering health care job help, training
The Courier-Journal
“The health care sector is booming in Louisville and this center is a great new resource for people who want to join the industry or advance their existing career,” Fischer said. “Helping people prepare for and connect to the many well-paying skilled
New career center targets fast-growing health careInsider Louisville (press release) (registration)
Career center connecting residents with careers in health careWLKY Louisville

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Jan 082016
Avoiding weight loss scams with tips from the Better Business Bureau
Misunderstandings about contract terms are common with fitness and weight loss programs. Consumers need to ask questions and read contracts carefully to be sure they know how to cancel. Consumers also need to know what kind of notice is required and …

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Dec 302015
Weight-loss program from Jan. 5-March 31
Mesabi Daily News
Updates on the weight-loss event will be published in the MDN and on Facebook at https//www.facebook.com/Mesabi-Meltdown-1676453159262068/?ref=hl. At the end of the competition, major financial awards await the top three who shed the most weight …

Dec 242015

Chicago Daily Herald
Veterans health care help coming soon to Naperville
Chicago Daily Herald
Veterans who need health care can step right up, say the organizers of a clinic on wheels that's soon to be making monthly appearances in Naperville. A mobile medical unit from Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital will visit Judd Kendall VFW Post 3873 from 9 a

Dec 212015

Cincinnati Health Briefs for Dec. 21
“The Deaconess Foundation searches for new ways to help address our community's most important health needs,” said Tony Woods, chairman of Deaconess Associations Inc. “That includes encouraging healthy lifestyles that prevent chronic disease and to …

Apr 132015

Where willpower continues to fail us, science prevails in a new study that suggests tweaking porosity during food manufacturing could mean the end of infamous cravings for salt and fat. Manipulating the number and size of pores during the processing could enable manufacturers to use less salt and consumers to enjoy it that way, according to the research team from the University of Illinois. The …