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Health News: Four Amazing Ways Wireless Technology is Transforming Health Care

From hearing implants with Bluetooth-enabled wireless accessories that let you stream a call directly from your smartphone, to pacemakers that upload data about your heart to your doctor’s computer, wireless technology is giving patients and health care providers even greater control over their health. This article details four amazing ways in which wireless technology is helping Americans stay healthier, happier and more connected.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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Health News: Working to Improve The Heart Health of African American Women

More than 46 percent of African American women have high blood pressure, and 57.5 percent suffer from obesity, according to the 2009-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. However, you have the power to protect your heart and lower your risk for heart disease. You can start today. Following a healthy lifestyle can prevent or control heart disease and its risk factors.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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Health News: Working to Improve The Heart Health of African American Women

More than 46 percent of African American women have high blood pressure, and 57.5 percent suffer from obesity, according to the 2009-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. However, you have the power to protect your heart and lower your risk for heart disease. You can start today. Following a healthy lifestyle can prevent or control heart disease and its risk factors.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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Health News: Working to Improve The Heart Health of African American Women

More than 46 percent of African American women have high blood pressure, and 57.5 percent suffer from obesity, according to the 2009-2012 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. However, you have the power to protect your heart and lower your risk for heart disease. You can start today. Following a healthy lifestyle can prevent or control heart disease and its risk factors.

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Health News: Do Your Homework Before Selecting a Weight Loss Program

Dr. Timothy Church, MD, MPH, PH.D., chief medical officer for ACAP Health Consulting, professor and director of the Laboratory of Preventive Medicine at Pennington Biomedical Research Center and a member of the Jenny Craig Science Advisory Board, recommends that before people engage in a program, they should do their research and rely on evidence-based approaches for support. This article contains Dr. Church’s tips for selecting a weight loss program.

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