Health Coach Huddle, January 2013
January 2013 Volume V, Issue 8


  1. Weight Counseling Decreases Despite Rise in Obesity

  2. Healthcare Providers Can Increase Smokers' Chances of Quitting

  3. Communication is Key to Medication Adherence

  4. New Chart: Top 5 Incentive-Based Health Improvement Programs

  5. Confluence and UPMC Health Join Forces with Onsite Employee Health Coach

  6. Psychologists Cite Emotions as Top Obstacles to Weight Loss

  7. Q&A: What are the Main Trends in Health Coaching?

  8. Infographic: Stress in the Workplace

  9. HealthSounds Podcast: Integrated Health Coaching —The Next Generation in Health Behavior Change Management

  10. Meet Health Coach Linda Johns: Pediatric Nurse Finds Work-Life Balance

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