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January 22, 2016 In This Issue
National News
What PATIENTS Are Reading
National News
President Obama unveiled new proposals to reform unemployment insurance policies on Saturday, renewing a commitment he made to prop up American workers in this week's State of the Union address.
 
Hours before the Democratic presidential debate on NBC— Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders released details of his proposal to replace the entire U.S. health care system with a universal, government-run, single-payer one.
 
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What Patients are Reading
Getting too little sleep during the week can increase some risk factors for diabetes, but sleeping late on weekends might help improve the picture, a small U.S. study suggests.
 
In spite of federal protections, diabetic students have been barred
from schools and from participating in extracurricular activities.
 
Duration of diabetes turned out to be a better predictor of ischemic stroke than glycemic control for patients with both diabetes and atrial fibrillation (Afib) in a new study.
 
Read almost any article on healthy eating and it will tell you: If you want to clean up your diet, cook at home and don’t eat out. Wily restaurant chefs are using unhealthy tricks that you can’t even fathom to make their food taste great. But chef Marco
Canora is out to change that.
 
Gout, often unfairly ascribed to an indulgent lifestyle, is a very painful affliction – but don't despair, one of a number of home remedies may be the answer to your prayers.
 
Navicure released the results of its final ICD-10 survey, deployed to assess the attitudes and behaviors of healthcare organizations following the transition's Oct. 1 deadline.
 
Health care may not be the first sector you think about when it comes to content marketing. Nevertheless, health is a business like any other.
 
More than two years after the American Medical Association declared obesity a disease, a strong majority of Americans believe Congress should approve legislation to require Medicare to cover FDA-approved medicines to treat obesity.
 
House Republicans are moving full steam ahead with work on a replacement bill for Obamacare, an effort that Senate Republicans see as dangerous.
 
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