Health First and Florida Hospital Healthcare System Partner to Offer Health Insurance Products

aThis partnership is part of our overall strategy and vision to keep healthcare local, robust and sustainableaand to provide an integrated delivery network to our community and beyond.a As announced earlier this year, the FHHS and Health First team agreed to pilot its first product in Volusia and Flagler Counties. Florida Hospital Care Advantage, administered by Health First, will roll out in January 2014 with the five Florida Hospitals in Volusia and Flagler Counties providing infrastructure, as well as quality clinical and physician support for the plan. Health First Health Plans brings more than 15 years of experience, a 4.5 Star Medicare Advantage Rating and more than 60,000 members to the partnership and will manage the operational responsibilities of the plan. aThe business structure of healthcare is evolving,a said Mike Schultz, president and CEO of the Adventist Health System Florida Region. aWith more Medicare and Medicaid payment reductions expected in the future, partnerships with quality companies like Health First allows us to strengthen our healthcare system and provide more local insurance options for the community.a As the FHHS and Health First Health Plans partnership matures, future insurance products could be created for residents of the Metro Orlando and Tampa areas. About Health First Founded in 1995, Health First is a not-for-profit and is Central Floridaas only fully integrated health system and employs more than 7,500 people and has four hospitals (including Holmes Regional Medical Center, Palm Bay Hospital, Cape Canaveral Hospital and Viera Hospital). Health First Health Plans also offers a wide variety of health insurance plan options for Brevard and Indian River Counties.
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Ten million of us take vitamins regularly whether for general health or specific conditions. And we spend a whopping 175 million a year on supplements and pills which contain antioxidants that are claimed to help combat disease. But despite all the promises, the pros and cons of vitamins and supplements are still very debatable and studies show that some can be bad for your health. Debatable: We spend 175million a year on vitamins and supplements but some can be bad for our health Just last month U.S. researchers discovered the routine practice of taking calcium and/or vitamin D supplements to protect against bone loss caused by hormonal therapy for prostate cancer could actually be making patients conditions worse. You should always speak to your doctor before taking any supplement, says Professor Hilary Powers, head of human nutrition at Sheffield University. Some illnesses can alter the way our body uses vitamins and minerals.
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Why TCM products are seen as poison pills abroad

In July, the Swedish National Food Agency also found extremely high levels of arsenic in Niuhuang Jiedu Pian and warned other European Union countries that it constitutes a serious health risk. Since the beginning of this year, TCMs have repeatedly been questioned, mainly by foreign official and private drug testing organizations. Apart from being potentially toxic, another common concern is that the herbal remedies often contain pesticide residue. Two Greenpeace reports issued on July 1 said that out of the 36 kinds of frequently used Chinese herbal products tested in Germany, France, Britain, the Netherlands, Italy, the United States and Canada, pesticide residues were detected in all but one of the products. Among those cited were nine of China’s leading drug brands, such as Tong Ren Tang and Yunnan Baiyao.
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‘Healthy’ vitamins to avoid if you’re ill

Rule book: Calcium is advised to maintain strong bones - but should be avoided if you have kidney disease

Oz called Garcinia Cambogia Extract (HCA) the Holy Grail of Weight Loss. He went on to say, “Anytime I see a scientist get this excited about something like Garcinia Cambogia Extract and when I looked through some of this research and called these scientists myself, I get excited! That’s why Garcinia Cambogia Extract makes sense to me and absolutely fascinates me.” We’ll tell you why he said that, and give you his recommendations on what to look for when buying this exciting new supplement for losing weight. Which Diet Pill Is Right For Me? As we said earlier, each diet-supplement has it’s own unique weight loss potential, let’s start with what you’re looking to achieve. Another thing you should do is consult with friends or look for reviews online to get a better picture of what weight loss supplement does what. There are some fake diet pills on the market so check for reputable companies.
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