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Ex-Packers Pro Shop boss Hogan joins Prevea Health - Green Bay Press Gazette

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Ex-Packers Pro Shop boss Hogan joins Prevea Health
Green Bay Press Gazette
ASHWAUBENON – Kate Hogan switched industries, but she said there are commonalities between running retail operations for the Green Bay Packers and managing wellness programs for Prevea Health. "A lot of the types of thinking we need to do and the ...


Health Reform Task Force votes against governor's Healthy Utah Plan - St George News

St George News

Health Reform Task Force votes against governor's Healthy Utah Plan
St George News
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Health Reform Task Force came together in a formal meeting Thursday at which members voted to not recommend Gov. Gary Herbert's proposed Healthy Utah Plan to the Legislature, opting instead to recommend two other ...
Health panel rejects governor's Medicaid planSt. George Daily Spectrum

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The 2014 Health Trends We Can't Wait To Leave Behind - Huffington Post

The 2014 Health Trends We Can't Wait To Leave Behind
Huffington Post
If there's one thing that's constant year in and year out, it's wacky health trends. Every year has them, and 2014 was no exception. While we've certainly made advancements in medicine and mental health, when it comes to our faddish tendencies, we seem ...

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Busy, tarnished year for public health - wwlp.com

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Busy, tarnished year for public health
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NEW YORK (AP) — Health officials are celebrating some important victories in 2014, and Time magazine even named Ebola fighters the persons of the year. Nevertheless, this was a black-eye year for public health. Some vital vaccines did not work well.
Black-eye year for public health: Disease control had its share of setbacks in ...gulflive.com (blog)
Is Your State Ready For The Next Infectious Outbreak? Probably NotNPR (blog)
Experts: It was a busy, black-eye year for disease controlKIMA CBS 29
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UC Health, United Healthcare at odds over deal - Cincinnati.com

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UC Health, United Healthcare at odds over deal
Cincinnati.com
The executive director of United Healthcare in Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky laid out the major problem to reaching an agreement: UC Health, he said, has asked for "a double-digit rate increase and to be paid significantly more than what other ...

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BMI may not be the last word on health risks, some experts say - Los Angeles Times

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BMI may not be the last word on health risks, some experts say
Los Angeles Times
When you visit your doctor for a physical, it's likely that your exam will include a calculation of your body mass index, or BMI. It's also likely that your doctor will use the resulting score to assess your weight status and related health risks. But ...

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Tri-Rivers will receive top healthy worksite award - Marion Star

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Tri-Rivers will receive top healthy worksite award
Marion Star
“The Ohio Worksite award is an opportunity for Tri-Rivers to be recognized for its continued commitment to employee health,” Pemberton states in the release. “The award showcases the outstanding efforts and activities of the Tri-River wellness ...


BetterU participants get healthy cooking tips - Poughkeepsie Journal

Poughkeepsie Journal

BetterU participants get healthy cooking tips
Poughkeepsie Journal
"One of the tricks of low-fat cooking is adding a lot of flavor without adding a lot of butter and salt," said Acquanita, of Epicure Catering & Fine Foods, as she prepared her healthy Cajun jambalaya. She was speaking to a semi-circle of women — nine ...

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African-Americans, Latinos struggle with health care access - DesMoinesRegister.com

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African-Americans, Latinos struggle with health care access
DesMoinesRegister.com
Getting insurance to cover his health care adequately all of these years has not been easy, but at least he has has had insurance the past year. Some other African-American families in Iowa with low incomes do not, adding to difficulties they face ...
Iowa flu hospitalization doubles in recent weeksThe State

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Health Connector reaches out about enrollment deadline - Boston Globe

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Health Connector reaches out about enrollment deadline
Boston Globe
Days before the deadline to enroll for coverage beginning Jan. 1 through the Massachusetts Health Connector, volunteers and canvassers deployed in the South End today to knock on doors and tell residents about the agency's open enrollment. About 30 ...
State health connector extends deadline for health care coverageKITV Honolulu
As Tuesday's deadline approaches for Jan. 1 health insurance, 18000 people ...MassLive.com

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