Health Coach Huddle, July 2012
July 2012 Volume V, Issue 2

  1. Health Coaching Dramatically Lowers Blood Pressure

  2. Low Nicotine Cigarettes May Help Smokers Quit

  3. New Chart: Who's Responsible for Improving Medication Adherence?

  4. Caffeine May Reduce Risk of Skin Cancer

  5. Physical Activity, Not Calories, Key to Weight Management

  6. Survey Finds Most Patients Want to Self-Manage Healthcare Online

  7. New Diabetes Management Video Offers 4 Ideas for Weight Control

  8. Q&A: What Are the Primary Trends for Health Coaching in 2012?

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Advanced Illness Care Coordination — A Case Study on Aetna's Compassionate Care Program

  10. Meet Health Coach Mary Jo Clarkson: Helping Pregnant, High-Risk Women on Path to Optimum Wellness

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