HealthCare News Blurbs

January 5, 2012
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 Nine in ten Americans who have ever made food-related New Year’s resolutions have broken them.

Anti-obesity ads shame fat kids.

Martinis and beer may be just as effective at extending life as wine.

 Nine in ten Americans who have ever made food-related New Year’s resolutions have broken them.

Anti-obesity ads shame fat kids.

Martinis and beer may be just as effective at extending life as wine.

Why do we shut off electronics during takeoff?  No one agrees on the answer.

Yo-yo diets not all bad: new study.

Minorities feel let down by health care system. In Sweden.

South Korea will welcome more than 150,000 medical tourists next year. One-third from the United States.

 

   

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