Soda Companies Fund 96 Health Groups In the US – TIME

Medical organizations, health foundations and government groups recently accepted money from Coca-Cola or Pepsi Despite the fact that America has a severe obesity problem, fueled in part by the overconsumption of sugar, several prominent public health groups (including some that are government-run) have accepted money from soda companies in recent years. In a new study […]

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Healthwise: Weight loss surgery as treatment for type 2 diabetes – MyCentralJersey.com

The New Brunswick boys soccer team rallied for a 3-2 overtime victory against East Brunswick on Oct. 6 Lauren Knego Dr. Ayotunde Adeyeri, M.D., FASMBS, is a board-certified and fellowship-trained laparoscopic, bariatric and general surgeon and medical director of the Institute for Weight Loss at Raritan Bay Medical Center.(Photo: ~Courtesy of Raritan Bay Medical Center) […]

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Berkowitz calls Anchorage's health insurance plan unsustainable – Alaska Dispatch News

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Alaska Dispatch News Berkowitz calls Anchorage's health insurance plot unsustainableAlaska Dispatch NewsAnchorage Mayor Ethan Berkowitz on Friday described the city's health insurance program as "not a sustainable model," as he unveiled proposals aimed at minimizing higher out-of-pocket health care costs for city employees next year. In a presentation to …and more » […]

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Is weightlifting or cardio better for weight loss – KFVS

Source: KFVS CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) – Which is better cardio or weight training? Fitness Trainer Tamatha Crowson shares the benefits of each and why one might be preferable over the other. When you do a cardio workout, you really burn more calories per minute than you would with a strength training workout.  Crowson also says […]

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Buffalo among four cities to benefit from family-based federal weight-loss grant – Buffalo News

Weight-loss programs for children and parents do best when the family members participate together, but programs that focus on family treatment are usually offered in only specialty clinics and unavailable to the general public. One solution to that problem may come from a five-year, $8.8 million National Institutes of Health grant to start making family-based […]

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