Tuesday, September 1, 2015 Elul 17, 5775
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Health Behavior News Service Feature
Using walk-in health clinics for simple acute care problems can interfere with establishing and maintaining a relationship with a primary care provider, according to a new study in the Journal of General Internal Medicine .
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Can a celebrity sell better health practices as well as they can endorse a clothing line? And are there some celebrities who present the argument and their cause better than others?
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Darren and Phyllis Sudman made a mission of providing free heart screenings after losing an infant son to an undiagnosed case of arrhythmia.
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Can a little push on the tush actually be a form of parental abuse?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Baby Boomers and generation X-ers may recall spanking as part of their upbringing. In many cases, it was highly unpleasant, but recognized as a definitive means of reinforcing correct behaviors.
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13 workouts for a new you in 2013
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Gail Snyder, Inside Feature
Will 2013 be the year you raise the barre? Swing into rope training? Hang around with TRX? Get a leg up with kickboxing or try some other workout that wasn’t on your fitness radar in 2012? With so many varied workouts available at health clubs and on DVD, you simply must say yes to something — but what? Here are...
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