Tag Archives: Fall

Cancer Deaths Fall but Disparities Remain

The rate of cancer-related death has fallen substantially over the past quarter century, with much of the decline attributable to a reduction in smoking and improvements in early detection and treatment, according to the latest annual report from the American Cancer Society (ACS). Despite this progress, however, cancer remains the second leading cause of death… Read More »

End Of Tax Penalty Could Fall Hardest On Previously Uninsured Californians

Use Our Content This story can be republished for free (details). The elimination of the Affordable Care Act tax penalty on people who don’t have health insurance could roll back recent coverage gains for Hispanics, young people, the healthy and the poor, according to a new study. The study, published Monday in the journal Health… Read More »

Removing sweets from checkouts linked to dramatic fall in unhealthy snack purchases

Policies aimed at removing sweets and crisps from checkouts could lead to a dramatic reduction to the amount of unhealthy food purchased to eat ‘on the go’ and a significant reduction in that purchased to take home, suggests new research led by the University of Cambridge. The study, published in the journal PLOS Medicine, found… Read More »

Top 10 Fall Fitness Moves

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 So that crazy part of the year has arrived, when we fill our plates with too many commitments and too many calories, and we forget about the routines and processes that have brought us health throughout the year.  Less than 3 months remain in this quick and zippy 2018, 3 MONTHS!… Read More »