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    1. Find out exactly what your health insurance covers. Will your insurance cover all or part of the medical costs of a fertility assessment (for both partners), fertility treatment (if you need it), pregnancy, delivery and infant health care? Talk to the benefit expert at work, call your insurance carrier and/or read...
     
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    Colds and flu, even pneumonia, become more common in New Hampshire during the winter, but now there might be another way to prevent yourself from catching pneumonia this time of year — brushing your teeth. New research from the Yale University School of Medicine discovered changes in mouth bacteria preceded the...
     
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    Brand Releases Survey Results to Help Change Women's Conversations about Weight Management
    A recent survey by the Special K brand indicates that weight loss is often top-of-mind at the beginning of the New Year, with 67 percent of women saying it is the ideal time to begin a weight-loss plan. Now, in an effort to change the way women think and talk about weight loss, the Special K brand has marked January 2...
     
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    For 2012, 51% Plan to Exercise More; 35% Plan to Lose Weight
    Roughly one-third of Americans say they have made a New Year's resolution to lose weight in the last five years and 42 percent of people who said they smoke regularly in that timeframe pledged to quit the habit, according to the Thomson Reuters-NPR Health Poll. Thomson Reuters and NPR conduct a monthly poll to...
     
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    This New Year, stop making resolutions and start working on a better, healthier you. One way to get there is to literally flip your fitness routine on its head with the Teeter Hang Ups Inversion Table. Inverted exercises and stretching will help you: >> Develop a stronger core which is your best defense...
     
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    “Get more exercise” and “lose weight” top respondents’ list of possible resolutions
    Just days away from the start of a New Year, a survey of 479 seniors revealed that just 21 percent plan to make New Year’s resolutions for 2012 while another 26% said they might. When asked if any of New Year’s resolutions they might make will be related to living a healthier lifestyle, a small majority of...
     
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    Baby Boomers, who once said "don't trust anyone over 30," now think old age doesn't start until 77, according to a study by Marist Institute for Public Opinion conducted for Home Instead Senior Care. How old is old? Your answer depends on your age. And it depends on your gender. The age at which...
     
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    Obesity Action Coalition (OAC) Partners with Obesity PPM to Increase the Understanding of Obesity
    In January 2012, the OAC and Obesity PPM will launch a long-term online educational initiative to increase understanding of the complexity of obesity and its many causes. The disease of obesity impacts individuals physically, emotionally, economically and socially. This initiative will look at various factors, both...
     
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    Now is the time of year when most Americans resolve to make positive lifestyle changes toward better health. Often, though, these resolutions are too stringent and short-lived. When it comes to food, there's an emerging trend of Conscious Cuisine, offering consumers a path toward pleasure while preserving their...
     
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    Healthnutcoupons.com provides discounts for health related products
    HealthnutCoupons.com officially launches the fully functional version of their interactive coupon site focused on health products such as vitamins, supplements, and other wellness related items. Internet Entrepreneurs Joseph Borowy and Jacob King were looking for a new project idea. Both having extensive backgrounds...