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Health Spas Aimed at Teaching Stressed Executives to Unwind - New York Times

Health Spas Aimed at Teaching Stressed Executives to Unwind
New York Times
Her choice was VeraVia, on the beach north of San Diego, which promised to not just make her eat well, work up a sweat and get healthy while she was there — many spas do that — but also get at underlying issues to help her change her behavior and ...

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Ebola Today: NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola - Boston.com

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Ebola Today: NYC Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola
Boston.com
Dr. Spencer completed work in Guinea on Oct. 12 and arrived in the United States on Oct. 17, said Dr. Mary Travis Bassett, commissioner of the New York City Department of Health. Spencer was well throughout his journey and arrived in the United States ...
Health Care Worker Tests Positive for Ebola at New York City HospitalTIME
Patient at New York City hospital tests positive for EbolaFox News
New York City Health Officials Confirm First Ebola CaseWebMD
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More health insurance changes on the way - Chicago Tribune

More health insurance changes on the way
Chicago Tribune
Employers are increasingly pushing enrollment in high-deductible, low-premium health insurance plans, according to benefits experts, which means it might be time to break out the calculator and reconsider current policies. Employees in Chicago and ...

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6 Strange-But-True Health Tips - ABC News

6 Strange-But-True Health Tips
ABC News
Many methods to improve your health are pretty straightforward: to lose weight, eat less and exercise more; to boost your energy, get more sleep; to prevent dehydration, drink more water. Others, however, are totally counterintuitive. The following 12 ...


The Surprising Health Benefit Of Alcohol For Older Adults - Huffington Post

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The Surprising Health Benefit Of Alcohol For Older Adults
Huffington Post
“Adults who are able to continue consuming alcohol into old age are healthier, and, therefore, have higher cognition and larger regional brain volumes, than people who had to decrease their alcohol consumption due to unfavorable health outcomes,” said ...
Seniors, Rejoice: Drinking Alcohol May Preserve Your MemoryYahoo Health

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Cruz: Obama's surgeon general pick is not a 'health professional' - PolitiFact

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Cruz: Obama's surgeon general pick is not a 'health professional'
PolitiFact
The lack of a surgeon general -- the federal government's top public health spokesperson -- has become a point of contention as the public panics about Ebola. Sen. Ted Cruz said President Barack Obama is to blame for the fact that the position hasn't ...


Introducing Health Goth, a New Lifestyle Trend - New York Magazine

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Introducing Health Goth, a New Lifestyle Trend
New York Magazine
Somewhere in between normcore, cyberpunk, goth, and sportswear chic exists the possibly real trend known as “Health Goth.” It's been kicking around since spring, actually, but it seems to have entered the mainstream this week, much to the chagrin of OG ...

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Most Hospitals Can't Handle Ebola: Texas Health Official - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

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Most Hospitals Can't Handle Ebola: Texas Health Official
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
Texas' top health official said Thursday that most hospitals can't handle Ebola patients and that they should instead be treated at specialized care centers -- a break with past federal assertions that nearly any American hospital can cope with the virus.
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8 Health Tips From The Morgue - Yahoo Health

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8 Health Tips From The Morgue
Yahoo Health
As reported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and just about everyone else, cardiovascular disease is the number-one cause of death worldwide. Dr. Weinhaus reports that his students find a significant amount of plaque around the carotid arteries ...

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Cuyahoga Falls owner accused of $1.5M theft from health care plan - WKYC-TV

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Cuyahoga Falls owner accused of $1.5M theft from health care plan
WKYC-TV
Hartenstein started a third-party company of health care plan benefits called Professional Benefits Association (PBA) in 1994. Companies hired PBA and paid it a fee to administer their benefit plans. Its main location was in Cuyahoga Falls, and it also ...
Cuyahoga Falls businessman charged with pilfering $1.5 million from health ...The Plain Dealer - cleveland.com

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