1 in 5 Global Deaths Are Linked to Poor Diet
1 in 5 Global Deaths Are Linked to Poor Diet A recent study published in the ‘The Lancet’ found that dietary risk factors in 2017 were linked to 11 million deaths worldwide. The study spanned..
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Best and Worst 'Healthy' Fad Foods
Best and worst 'Healthy' fad foods "Health" foods go in and out of vogue all the time. The best one of the best "fad" foods is poke. Poke is high in omega-3 fatty acids from salmon, and the seaweed..
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Oral Health Ranks Highest of Wellness Priorities
Americans are prioritizing oral health above other key health-related initiatives. A new study, conducted by OnePoll in conjunction with Pronamel®, surveyed 2,000 Americans to learn about their..
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Are Black Beans Actually Healthy?
Are Black Beans Actually Healthy? Black beans are known as one of the most nutritious legumes you can eat. According to the Journal of Agricultural Food Chemistry, black beans have more antioxidants..
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The No. 1 Reason Americans Can't Stay Healthy
When it comes to wellness, the old adage is true: You are your own worst enemy.According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, the person most likely to derail your efforts to be healthy is..
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Public health spending cut in Ontario called 'huge step backwards' A cut of $200 million to public health units in Ontario annually would be a "huge step backwards" to frontline services that help to keep communities healthy,... CBC.ca 5 hours ago
Sutter Health will pay $30 million to settle overcharging lawsuit Sutter Health has agreed to a $30 million settlement to resolve allegations that it up-charged Medicare patient bills, the U.S. Department of Justice said... bizjournals 4 days ago
Bernie Sanders unveils Medicare for All proposal, says role of health care insurers would be reduced to 'nose jobs' Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders re-introduced his signature health care legislation on Wednesday, promising a Medicare-style health care... FOXNews.com 6 days ago RAM Technologies and InfoMC Partner to Deliver Superior End-to-End Capabilities for Medicare Advantage Health Plans RAM Technologies, Inc. and InfoMC Inc. have partnered to bring a fully integrated solution to the market for Medicare Advantage health plans. The combined... PRWeb 12 hours ago
Medicare for All defines one end of the Democratic presidential debate Medicare for All is both a rallying cry for some Democratic voters and a lightning rod for conservative attacks. When Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders rolled out his... PolitiFact 5 days ago New 'added sugars' labeling could save money and improve health (Reuters Health) - The Food and Drug Administration's new mandatory rules requiring labels on all packaged foods and drinks to indicate the presence of so-called... Reuters India 22 hours ago
Africa: The Dangers of Opposing Mining in South Africa [HRW] Fighting for a healthy environment in South Africa's coal mining communities can be perilous. At least three activists have been killed in the last three... allAfrica.com 10 hours ago ‘A fat woman is the one a man prefers’: Inside Mauritania's force feeding rituals Big is beautiful in Mauritania, but at what cost? Poor families who cannot afford large quantities of food are turning to steroids – and the consequences are... SBS 12 hours ago