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CoolSculpting: Freezing Away Fat Forever

Majority of us all have unwanted fat? Wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could banish it for good? We’re not talking about implementing some new workout routine or the next crazy diet fad, but rather a revolutionary treatment that helps freeze fat away.

Melanoma patients have been waiting anxiously for this day, given the promising data that early studies have shown. In clinical trials, 24 percent of patients taking pembrolizumab had their tumors shrink. Most of these patients continued to respond past the 8.5 month study cut off.

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For over 30 years, Dr. John J. Kim has been a resource for those seeking an alternative to Western medicine. A licensed acupuncturist and the founder of ReNuMi Wellness Center, Dr. Kim specializes in a unique healing approach that addresses the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing of his patients.

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Realize that progress is not defined as being in any one direction. So let me reiterate—the ACA is healthcare progress. Progress not measured by politicians, healthcare agencies, or multi-million dollar medical entities, but by the most crucial entities—you and I. The patients. The consumers. The ones who are affected the most. You’re what’s most important.

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NEW YORK, March 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — The Black Women’s Agenda, Inc. partnered with AARP today to host “Because We Care” – the first of a series of forums designed to provide African-American families with information and resources that will enable them to take better care of their loved ones and themselves. Jackie Joyner-Kersee, a three-time Olympic champion and advocate for youth and families, helped launch the initiative by addressing forum participants.

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PHOENIX – Battle lines have formed at the Arizona Legislature over funding for children’s programs – specifically for child welfare and safety. Last year, it was revealed that 6,500 cases of child abuse had gone uninvestigated, but Dana Wolfe Naimark, president of Children’s Action Alliance, calls the current situation even worse.

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ST. PAUL, Minn. – As Minnesota continues to grow more diverse by the day, a new analysis finds that closing racial gaps in income, education and health is not only a moral imperative but a matter of economics.

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ST. LOUIS – After a slow start because of website issues, new data from the federal government show enrollment in health care plans through the Affordable Care Act marketplaces is taking off, particularly when it comes to young women.

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“It is very disheartening that certain members of the West Virginia legislature are determined to impose higher healthcare costs and onerous burdens on responsible taxpayers in the face of overwhelming evidence that such an approach would fail to address the root causes of the methamphetamine problem,” said Carlos Gutierrez, senior director and head of state government affairs for CHPA.

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Low-income families qualify for subsidies from the government to help pay for health insurance coverage. However, those who do not fall into the category of income that is not more than 400% of the federal poverty limit — $47,780 for an individual or $61,496 for a couple — do not qualify for subsidies to buy insurance.

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