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Multifaceted intervention helps bipolar disorder patients lose weight

Multifaceted intervention helps bipolar disorder patients lose weight

An Integrated Risk Reduction Intervention can help overweight and obese patients with bipolar disorder to reduce their body mass index, US researchers report. [More]
Energy drinks jolt children, adolescents with too much caffeine

Energy drinks jolt children, adolescents with too much caffeine

When children aged 10-14 consume energy drinks, one in five consumes too much caffeine. When their caffeine intake from other sources such as cola and chocolate is included, every second child and more than one in three adolescents aged 15-17 consume too much caffeine. [More]
Livongo Health, Iron Mountain collaborate to improve health of their employees with diabetes

Livongo Health, Iron Mountain collaborate to improve health of their employees with diabetes

Livongo Health, a consumer digital health company that is focused on using technology to empower people with chronic conditions to live better, today announced an agreement with Iron Mountain Incorporated. They wanted to improve the health and productivity of their employees with diabetes while reducing the cost of care. [More]
Novo Nordisk introduces new initiative to support healthy lifestyle programming in New Jersey area

Novo Nordisk introduces new initiative to support healthy lifestyle programming in New Jersey area

Novo Nordisk today announced the launch of the Community Health Collaborative, a new initiative to support and expand healthy lifestyle programming in the Trenton, New Jersey area. [More]
Weight loss surgery and exercise lower risks of serious health problems

Weight loss surgery and exercise lower risks of serious health problems

Throughout the past year, studies on the positive effects of weight loss surgery have been published in a variety of medical journals in the US and abroad. We learned that weight loss surgery is relatively safe, and that it is effective in improving serious health conditions. More recently, we also learned that it is a factor in preventing Type 2 diabetes from developing in people considered to be pre-diabetic. [More]
Janssen, American Diabetes Association team up to launch national educational campaign on diabetes

Janssen, American Diabetes Association team up to launch national educational campaign on diabetes

Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. today announced a collaboration with the American Diabetes Association to launch Teaming Up to Take On Diabetes, a national educational campaign intended to help the nearly 30 million Americans living with diabetes better understand and manage the disease. [More]
Implementing risk management practices necessary in health and fitness centers

Implementing risk management practices necessary in health and fitness centers

Health is high on the agenda in many countries with efforts to get more people exercising in order to reduce the problems associated with obesity, such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. [More]
Gilda's Club Chicago, Cellar Angels to generate proceeds through online wine sales

Gilda's Club Chicago, Cellar Angels to generate proceeds through online wine sales

Gilda's Club Chicago is pleased to announce a new partnership with national wine company, Cellar Angels, to generate proceeds through online wine sales. [More]
Study shows strong correlation between low-calorie sweetener consumption, healthy lifestyles

Study shows strong correlation between low-calorie sweetener consumption, healthy lifestyles

New research from the University of Washington examining data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of more than 22,000 people has found that consumers of foods and beverages made with no, low, and reduced-calorie sweeteners have better quality diets and are more likely to be physically active. [More]
Researchers find independent predictors of end stage renal disease in teens

Researchers find independent predictors of end stage renal disease in teens

Researchers at örebro University found that high blood pressure, being overweight, elevation of a blood marker indicating inflammation, or the presence of protein in the urine in otherwise healthy teenage males were all independent predictors of end stage renal disease (ESRD) in later in life. [More]
Insomnia contributes to deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes, other fatal injuries

Insomnia contributes to deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes, other fatal injuries

New research suggests that insomnia is a major contributor to deaths caused by motor vehicle crashes and other unintentional fatal injuries. The results underscore the importance of the "Sleep Well, Be Well" campaign of the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project. [More]
Mediterranean diet is good for your kidneys

Mediterranean diet is good for your kidneys

New research indicates that adopting a Mediterranean-style diet can reduce the risk of developing chronic kidney disease by 50%. [More]
Frozen meals have better diet quality than QSR meals, shows research

Frozen meals have better diet quality than QSR meals, shows research

New data presented today indicate that consumers of frozen meals had higher daily intakes of dietary fiber, potassium, calcium and protein, and lower daily intakes of calories and saturated fat than consumers of quick service restaurant (QSR) meals. [More]
HFHS Innovations sponsors Walgreens Balance Rewards App Challenge to drive healthy behavior

HFHS Innovations sponsors Walgreens Balance Rewards App Challenge to drive healthy behavior

Henry Ford Health System Innovations is supporting the Walgreens Balance Rewards App Challenge to find new mobile applications that incentivize healthy behavior and improve disease management. [More]
Preventing cancer: an interview with Dr Fiona Reddington

Preventing cancer: an interview with Dr Fiona Reddington

It’s estimated that more than four in 10 cancer cases could be prevented by lifestyle changes, such as not smoking, keeping a healthy body weight, cutting back on alcohol, eating a healthy diet, keeping active and staying safe in the sun. [More]
Women may halve their stroke risk through healthy living, new study shows

Women may halve their stroke risk through healthy living, new study shows

Women who follow a healthy lifestyle may be cutting their risk of stroke by more than 50%, report Swedish researchers. [More]
Women with healthy diet and lifestyle less likely to have stroke

Women with healthy diet and lifestyle less likely to have stroke

Women with a healthy diet and lifestyle may be less likely to have a stroke by more than half, according to a study published in the October 8, 2014, online issue of Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. [More]
AHA and Electrolux team up to highlight the importance of healthy lifestyle

AHA and Electrolux team up to highlight the importance of healthy lifestyle

Today, Charlotte middle school students showcased their kitchen expertise in an Iron Chef style competition in the Kids Cook with Heart cooking challenge. [More]
Loyola Medicine, Gilda's Club Chicago launch new transition program for cancer survivors

Loyola Medicine, Gilda's Club Chicago launch new transition program for cancer survivors

Loyola Medicine and Gilda's Club Chicago are launching a new program to help cancer survivors make the transition from active treatment to post-treatment care. [More]
Majority of cancer survivors not financially prepared for cancer diagnosis, treatment

Majority of cancer survivors not financially prepared for cancer diagnosis, treatment

The majority (62%) of America's middle-income cancer survivors say they were not financially prepared for cancer diagnosis and treatment, according to a new study released by the Washington National Institute for Wellness Solutions. [More]