Monthly Archives: July 2018

Health department receives hundreds of calls about Powell Chipotle – NBC4i.com


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Health department receives hundreds of calls about Powell Chipotle
NBC4i.com
Since Sunday night, the Delaware General Health District has received nearly 400 calls about Chipotle Mexican Grill, 9733 Sawmill Parkway in Powell. Many people report that they became violently ill after eating there between July 26-July 30. Symptoms ...

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4th annual Youth Fun & Fitness Run scheduled for Wednesday – Utica Observer Dispatch


4th annual Youth Fun & Fitness Run scheduled for Wednesday
Utica Observer Dispatch
The fourth annual Youth Fun & Fitness Run will take place Wednesday morning at the Mohawk Valley Community College outdoor track. This is a free event. Registration opens at 9 a.m. The first run begins at 10 a.m. The event will conclude at noon.

As Bella Hadid Soared to Supermodel Status, This Food Remained the Staple of Her Diet – Bravo (blog)


Bravo (blog)

As Bella Hadid Soared to Supermodel Status, This Food Remained the Staple of Her Diet
Bravo (blog)
She admitted earlier this year that she was on an indulgent-sounding pizza diet to get ready for the Met Gala, and we know from her Insta that she loves eating pizza on private jets — so, yes, we've registered a pattern. Are you getting the sense that ...

Fitness center, commercial development proposed for Dawsonville Highway near Beechwood Boulevard – Gainesville Times


Gainesville Times

Fitness center, commercial development proposed for Dawsonville Highway near Beechwood Boulevard
Gainesville Times
The almost 7-acre property would have a 22,000-square-foot fitness center, as well as 6,800 square feet of restaurants and retail and 260 parking spaces. The currently vacant lot was previously developed as a medical facility, but the pre-existing ...

How Healthy Is Your Office? – New York Times


New York Times

How Healthy Is Your Office?
New York Times
For decades, many developers and architects worked to ensure that their buildings were kind to the planet. Now, their focus is on the effect that buildings have on the people who work in them. Studies show that healthy workers tend to be more ...

Lower premiums for Blue Cross ACA health plans forcing thousands to switch doctors – WRAL.com


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Lower premiums for Blue Cross ACA health plans forcing thousands to switch doctors
WRAL.com
Instead, Blue Cross wants people with Affordable Care Act coverage to shift to the Blue Value plan, which is part of a new contract with UNC Health Alliance, a physician-led network that includes independent and UNC Health Care providers. Blue Cross ...

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This Doctor Explains Why Vegetarians Should Do the Keto Diet – POPSUGAR


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This Doctor Explains Why Vegetarians Should Do the Keto Diet
POPSUGAR
If you follow any keto lovers on Instagram, then you're probably bombarded with mouthwatering photos of bunless burgers and chicken wings and bacon-wrapped everything. And while meat does play a role in the keto diet, it doesn't have to be the diet's ...
What you need to know before going ketoKSL.com

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Public invited to Oct. 6 Medicaid health plans prescription drug coverage meeting – The Oakland Press


The Oakland Press

Public invited to Oct. 6 Medicaid health plans prescription drug coverage meeting
The Oakland Press
In 2016 the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services developed the list of prescription drugs, known as a common formulary, to streamline drug coverage policies for Medicaid and Healthy Michigan Plan beneficiaries and providers.

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Experts say you don’t need to completely get rid of sugar in your diet to be healthy – 8News


8News

Experts say you don't need to completely get rid of sugar in your diet to be healthy
8News
RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) ---- Experts say people don't need to completely cut sugar from their diets to be healthy. Health experts told CNN that sugar-free diets are a big trend this year, but simply quitting sugar altogether isn't likely to improve health.

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Hospitals work to improve maternal health – USA TODAY


USA TODAY

Hospitals work to improve maternal health
USA TODAY
The American Hospital Association is a convener and conduit of information for our nearly 5,000 member hospitals and health care systems, particularly around efforts to improve care. While the AHA is not a clinical or accrediting organization, through ...

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