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  1. Obesity and Diabetes II

    Diabetes prevention programs will be covered by Medicare under a policy change just announced by HHS Secretary Sylvia Mathews Burwell.

    The change, first reported by The New York Times, will represent an expansion of the model funded by the CMS Innovation Center, and a statement from HHS said the details of how reimbursement will work will be spelled out in the 2017 Medicare physician fee schedule, to be released this summer.

    See more at:

    Dr. David Marcinko MBA


  2. What are the 10 least healthy cities in America by Obesity Rate?

    1. Hammond, LA – 40.3%
    2. Pine Bluff, AR – 38.3%
    3. Jonesboro, AR – 37.2%
    4. Fort Smith, AR-OK – 36.5%
    5. Florence, SC – 36.3%
    6. Huntington-Ashland, WV-KY-OH – 36.1%
    7. Alexandria, LA – 36.1%
    8. Mobile, AL – 36.1%
    9. Albany, GA – 35.9%
    10. Monroe, LA – 35.3%

    Source: 24/7 Wall St.


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