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REPEALONOMICS: Taxpayer funded TACTICS for Political OPTICS

The Affordable Care Act of 2010 was passed with the intent of providing affordable access to quality healthcare to all Americans. The Affordable Care Act puts in place strong consumer protections, provides new coverage options and gives you the tools you need to make informed choices about your health. In this section, learn about how the law affects you. Read More

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Sweetopia

How do you like your coffee? Cream and sugar? Black? Or with a sugar substitute? American adults consume an average of 22 teaspoons a day, or about 355 calories, from added sugars. Every teaspoon has 15 to 16 calories. Sugar is "toxic" in the amount it's consumed by Americans, says pediatric endocrinologist Rob Lustig, a professor of pediatrics at the University of California-San Francisco and one of the country's most vocal critics of added sugars. Read More

Health identity: 3 Key questions answered

1. What constitutes a health identity? We are all aware of the Social Security Number- it uniquely identifies us and our financial behaviors making it easy for us to borrow money, get insurance and much more. But when it comes to our health and medical records it is not a very consistent or standardized experience across the physicians, labs, drugstores or hospitals that we go to. Topping it all is the fast evolving online health care and the imperative for a comprehensive digital identity that collects, trends and makes all aspects of your health data securely and accurately available to those that need to interact with the information in a timely manner. Read More

Allergy – Top 10!

Itchy watery eyes, nasal congestion, sneezing…..sounds familiar? Spring is here and so are your allergies Read More

Spring into Spring with nine flavors of the season to suit your palate and health!

With the first day of spring here, we have a season full of budding and blossoming to enjoy. All around us are trees coming back to life. Its time to spring clean our kitchen and pantry and enjoy the best of the season. Here are some tips on fruits, vegetables and herbs from list toppers. Delightful recipes with their bonus health benefits. Read More

An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure

Chronic diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, are responsible for 7 of 10 deaths among Americans each year and account for 75 % of the nation’s health spending – and often are preventable. High-quality preventive care helps Americans stay healthy, avoid or delay the onset of disease, lead productive lives, and reduce costs. And yet, despite the proven benefits of preventive health services, too many Americans go without needed preventive care because of financial barriers. Read More

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USA- #1 in Healthcare Spend but #45 in life expectancy: Global ranking mystery

We have talked about the correlation of mental health and wealth – if you are wealthy are you healthy and happy? The answers were intriguing.[1] Now let us look at it from a slightly different angle, is there a connection between how wealthy a country is and its overall life expectancy? While poverty correlates strongly to poor health and longevity, the reverse is surprisingly far from reality. Read More

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5 Tips for Health on the road - abroad

2012 has started off with great enthusiasm and promise for an exciting year of rebound. As work takes you abroad for your company’s global initiatives, or you plan an exotic tropical vacation here are some quick tips from the World Health Organization on planning for a healthy trip. Read More

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Meaningful milestones: connecting health, wellness and happiness.

Aging is an absolute certainty that we cannot avoid or postpone. We can prepare ourselves, mentally and physically for what’s to come, and enjoy the process as well. Read More

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Urbanization - does it help or hinder Health?

The rapid increase of people living in cities is one of the most important global health issues of the 21st century. A study was conducted by the World Health Organization in partnership with UN-Habitat aimed at unmasking and overcoming health inequities in urban settings and includes practical examples and recommendations on specific evidence-based interventions. Read More

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