Disease Management Digest, June 23, 2011
June 23, 2011 Volume VII, Issue 50

  1. National Prevention Strategy to Increase Number of Healthy Americans

  2. Rural Elders Have Highest Obesity, Other Disease Rates

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Behavior Change Models in Health Coaching

  4. Postnatal Depression Linked to Depression in Offspring

  5. Workplace Productivity Decreases Among Comorbid Populations

  6. Q&A: How Do Dieting Messages Influence Weight Management?
    (open access until June 28.)

  7. TV Viewing Raises Type 2 Diabetes, Heart Disease Risk

  8. No Fewer Deaths in VA Patients with Bariatric Surgery

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Health Risk Assessments — Administration, Delivery and Completion Benchmarks

  10. Cockroach Allergens Linked to Childhood Asthma in Some Neighborhoods

  11. Related Blog Post: 5 Rules for Engaging Employees in Health and Wellness Programs

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