Health Coach Huddle, June 2012
June 2012 Volume V, Issue 1


  1. Could Mobile Technology and Remote Coaching Encourage Healthier Behaviors in Adults?

  2. New Chart: Health Activities Most Responsive to Incentives

  3. Genetics May Influence Individuals' Ability to Quit Smoking

  4. Low Vitamin D Leads to Increased Stroke Risk in Japanese-Americans

  5. Face-to-Face Pharmacist Counseling Improves Medication Adherence in Cholesterol Patients

  6. Aetna Program Offers Lifestyle Coaching to Employers

  7. 5 Goals to Tackle in the War on Obesity

  8. Q&A: What is the Difference Between Sympathizing and Empathizing With a Client?

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Geisinger Reduces All-Cause 30-Day Readmission Rates Through Remote Monitoring Program

  10. Meet Health Coaching Director Cheryl Walker: Integrative Care, Motivational Interviewing Future Trends

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