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on Tue Oct 28 1:41 PM

Convenient or a concern? O.C. storefront medical clinics offer services, don't accept insurance

ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER

On a recent Saturday afternoon, the waiting room of a doctor’s office on First Street in Santa Ana was teeming with patients – which wouldn’t be unusual except that it was a day when most medical practices are closed. An eclectic list of...
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on Tue Oct 28 1:00 PM

Governments should take active lead to create healthy food environments to prevent cardiovascular disease -- ScienceD...

SCIENCE DAILY

Canadian health organizations are calling upon governments to take a leadership role in creating healthy food environments. They say that implementing strategies that facilitate access to affordable healthy foods and beverages in places where...
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on Mon Oct 27 3:26 PM

Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss

ENTREPRENEUR

Unfortunately, that doesn't translate into eating all the chocolate in sight.
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on Mon Oct 27 2:50 PM

Lack of transcription factor FoxO1 triggers pulmonary hypertension -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Pulmonary hypertension is characterised by uncontrolled division of cells in the blood vessel walls. As a result, the vessel walls become increasingly thick. Scientists have discovered that transcription factor FoxO1 regulates the division of...
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on Sat Oct 25 7:34 PM

Insurers’ Consumer Data Isn’t Ready for Enrollees

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Open enrollment for health care begins on Nov. 15, but insurance companies will not yet have to provide consumers with key data required under the Affordable Care Act.
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on Sat Oct 25 7:34 PM

Insurers’ Consumer Data Isn’t Ready for Enrollees

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Open enrollment for health care begins on Nov. 15, but insurance companies will not yet have to provide consumers with key data required under the Affordable Care Act.
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on Sat Oct 25 7:34 PM

Insurers’ Consumer Data Isn’t Ready for Enrollees

NEW YORK TIMES

Open enrollment for health care begins on Nov. 15, but insurance companies will not yet have to provide consumers with key data required under the Affordable Care Act.
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on Fri Oct 24 7:12 AM

The 10 Saltiest Foods in America | David Zinczenko

HUFFINGTON POST

Most of us have heard that it's a good idea to "cut down on sodium," but besides making sure the top to the salt shaker is screwed on properly, what does that really mean? Well, first, realize that salt is an essential mineral that our body...
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on Thu Oct 23 11:14 AM

Two doctor visits a year linked to better blood pressure control | Reuters

REUTERS

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who went to their doctor’s office at least twice a year were more likely to keep their blood pressure under control compared to those who went once a year or not at all, says a new study.
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on Thu Oct 23 10:09 AM

New window of opportunity to prevent cardiovascular, diseases -- ScienceDaily

SCIENCE DAILY

Future prevention and treatment strategies for vascular diseases may lie in the evaluation of early brain imaging tests long before heart attacks or strokes occur, according to a systematic review conducted by a team of cardiologists,...
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