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Healthy Dinners for the Broke and Lazy College Student: Day 6 - Boston.com

Healthy Dinners for the Broke and Lazy College Student: Day 6
Boston.com
When it comes to making healthy meals, it's all about the flavor. The reason I'm often hesitant to make a salad is the amount of work it takes to cut all the vegetables often comes with little gain in the flavor department. Luckily, Amanda Maguire has ...

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Hundreds of Thousands Face Health Law Subsidy Deadline - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Hundreds of Thousands Face Health Law Subsidy Deadline
Wall Street Journal
A report released in July by the Health and Human Services Department's office of inspector general found that the federal marketplace sent notices to applicants requesting additional documents to resolve inconsistencies, but lacked the system ...
Health insurance costs are skyrocketing under Obamacare, Republican Party saysPolitiFact
Can a Company Reimburse Employees Who Buy Their Own Health Insurance ...New York Times (blog)

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Mission Health sheds 130 jobs - Asheville Citizen-Times

Asheville Citizen-Times

Mission Health sheds 130 jobs
Asheville Citizen-Times
That goal increased by $4.2 million this summer to cover additional staff for mental health services. The company operates six hospitals in Western North Carolina and ambulatory care offices with about 10,000 employees. The company expects $1.5 billion ...

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7 Ways Being Single Affects Your Health - TIME

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7 Ways Being Single Affects Your Health
TIME
A 2013 study in the journal Health Psychology shows that happily married couples tend to gain weight in the four years after getting hitched. Without the pressure to attract a new mate, the authors say, newlyweds can get complacent about their appearance.

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Health-Law Coverage Expansion Gets Tougher - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal

Health-Law Coverage Expansion Gets Tougher
Wall Street Journal
A nationwide effort to enroll consumers in health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is getting under way, and it is even more complicated than it was in the first year. Insurance companies, states and the Obama administration have two missions ...
Better Health, Not Just Better Health CareBrookings Institution
Putting Your Health Insurance Where Your Mouth IsHuffington Post
First Edition: September 29, 2014Kaiser Health News

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Jawbone's trackerless Up app syncs with Apple Health, other fitness services ... - Engadget

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Jawbone's trackerless Up app syncs with Apple Health, other fitness services ...
Engadget
As it promised mere weeks ago, Jawbone has launched a new version of Up for iOS that syncs data from numerous health services and doesn't require its own tracker. Confusingly, the Jawbone app which does require an Up or Up24 tracker is also called ...
Jawbone's new UP fitness app for iOS syncs with Apple Health for deeper insightsThe Next Web
How Apple is Bringing Health Care to Your SmartphoneU.S. News & World Report
These are the iOS 8 'Apps for Health' you needBGR
Yahoo News -CIO -Tech Times
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Patient Health Doesn't Explain Cost Differences - Bloomberg View

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Patient Health Doesn't Explain Cost Differences
Bloomberg View
The Washington Post Style section recently declared that a new Brookings Institution report has “upended health-care research.” The reality is more complex, and the new paper has not fundamentally changed anything. The report, by Louise Sheiner, a ...


Intel's Basis Announces Its New Wearable To Track Your Health All The Time - Forbes

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Intel's Basis Announces Its New Wearable To Track Your Health All The Time
Forbes
With its larger screen and social media and app notifications, the $199 Peak is moving the product more in the direction of a smartwatch than a pure health and fitness device like Basis' first wearable, the B1, released in December 2012. But it's still ...
Intel's Basis Takes Second Stab at Health Watch, With PeakRe/code (blog)

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7 details about Multnomah County's $3 million African American health ... - The Oregonian - OregonLive.com

7 details about Multnomah County's $3 million African American health ...
The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
Rachael Banks, front, speaks about the county's $3 million grant to improve health outcomes for African American residents, while county commissioners (from left) Judy Shiprack, Jules Bailey, Diane McKeel, Loretta Smith and County Chairwoman Deborah ...


Alabama 50th most happy state; physical health lowest - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery Advertiser

Alabama 50th most happy state; physical health lowest
Montgomery Advertiser
We might feel the worst about our physical health, but we're middle-of-the-pack when it comes to income growth rate and commute time to work. Personal finance social network WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of this year's Most and Least Happy ...

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