Disease Management Digest, September 15, 2011
September 15, 2011 Volume VIII, Issue 10


  1. Childhood Obesity Task Force Must Provide Treatment for Minority Kids

  2. Study Touts Benefits of Almonds for Type 2 Diabetics

  3. New Chart: Top 5 Ways to Engage Patients in Medical Homes

  4. 'Million Hearts' Hopes to Prevent 1 Million Heart Attacks, Strokes in 5 Years

  5. Younger Generations May Face Earlier Onset of Hereditary Cancers

  6. Q&A: How Do You Engage and Motivate Health Coaching Clients in Behavior Change?
    (open access until September 21.)

  7. Is There a Link Between High Cholesterol and Alzheimer's?

  8. Insomnia Costs U.S. Workforce $63.2 Billion a Year

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Evaluating Health and Wellness Incentive Programs for Behavior Change

  10. Drug Combination Offers Therapeutic Promise for Hard-to-Treat Cancers

  11. Pharmacists’ Motivational Interviewing Can Boost Medication Adherence Levels

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