Jan 082016

International Business Times
Diet Plans for 2016: The Best Ways To Lose Weight In The New Year
International Business Times
The Mediterranean diet: This diet aims for weight loss, improved heart and brain health, cancer prevention and diabetes prevention and control. The Mediterranean diet emphasizes fruits, veggies, whole grains, beans, nuts, legumes, olive oil and herbs

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Jan 072016

The Fiscal Times
Sanders Says For-Profit Health Care Has to Go
The Fiscal Times
Bernie Sanders has said from the start of his campaign for president that it's an outrage that U.S. expenditures on health care are three time more per capita than those of Great Britain and 50 percent greater than those of France as a share of the

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Jan 062016

New York Times
Better Health Care Access in Kentucky and Arkansas, Study Says
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Low-income adults in Kentucky and Arkansas have had similar improvements in access to medical care under the Affordable Care Act, a new study found, despite the two states' differing approaches to expanding Medicaid.
Medicaid Expansion Has a Significant Impact on Access to Health Care for Oncology Nurse Advisor
Healthcare access improves in Ark.,Ky. with different Medicaid expansion Becker’s Hospital Review
Study on Medicaid expansion finds increased access to health careArkansas Online
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Jan 012016

PR Web
Routine-based intervention fails to improve outcomes in behavioral weight-loss
Adults with overweight or obesity who participated in a 4-week intervention that emphasized eating only at five prespecified meal times while keeping a consistent sleep/wake schedule lost significantly less weight in a behavioral weight-loss program
BMI of Texas Now Offers ORBERA™ Intragastric Balloon, a Non-Surgical Solution Benzinga

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Dec 292015

UK watchdog launches investigation into Sainsbury's pharmacy sale
Celesio, which is owned by US drugs wholesaler McKesson, operates 1,542 pharmacies across the UK, making it the largest pharmacy chain after Alliance Boots. LLoyds also competes with Superdrug, which has pharmacies in roughly one in four of its 800 …
Sainsbury's pharmacy sale to face anti-competition investigationThe Independent
UK Regulator Refers Sainsbury's Pharmacy Deal To Phase 2 ReviewLondon South East (registration) (blog)
Sainsbury's sale of pharmacies delayed by CMA probeDIGITALLOOK
IFA Magazine
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Dec 292015

Health care for the poor: Communities seek solutions
One of those states is Alabama, where the city of Birmingham also raised its minimum wage after labor groups cited the lack of health care for low-income workers. With hourly wages of $10.10 an hour, activists such as LaDarius Hilliard argued that some …

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Dec 242015

Wall Street Journal
New Health Programs for Elderly Poor Make Rocky Start
Wall Street Journal
A federal experiment to curb health spending and improve care for disabled and elderly poor people is off to a rocky start, with enrollment falling short of expectations as patients prove reluctant to switch to the new programs. The struggles

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Dec 222015
Rombalski named county health director
La Crosse Tribune
Rombalski beat out Barron County, Wis., health officer Kelli Engen to take over for former La Crosse County Public Health Director Sarah Spah, who resigned as director Sept. 4 to take a position as a patient care supervisor at Mayo Clinic Health System

Dec 212015

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Dec 042015

Los Angeles Times
Health spending growth rate surges to 5.3% under ACA
Crain’s Chicago Business
The Affordable Care Act expanded health coverage to millions of Americans in 2014. Because more people had insurance to pay for healthcare services, demand and spending predictably went up more quickly. But the important question for the future …
US health spending hits $3 trillion as Obamacare and rising drug costs kick inLos Angeles Times
Obamacare, drugs spark higher health inflationCNBC
U.S. Health Care Spending Rises 5.3%CFO
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