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Friday, October 31, 2008

Weekly Roundup: Rx Savings, Obesity in the Black Community, More

This week’s tour around the health and wellness blogosphere includes a little bit of something for everyone—newshounds, presidential-election watchers and the growing number of employers and employees who are concerned about being able to pay for prescription drugs.

The Wall Street Journal Health Blog provides some great tips on how to get help paying for prescription drugs.

Think higher-ups have no concerns, when it comes to health care? HR Benefits Alert provides proof that high- and low-paid employees worry equally about health care costs.

The Washington Post reports on efforts to challenge obesity in the black community.

And results from a new poll out of the University of Michigan show that a majority of voters believe that Barack Obama is best equipped to handle the country’s biggest health care issues, including the high cost of health insurance and the growing ranks of uninsured.

With the election next week, I hope you're thinking about good health for America--not just in the literal sense, but in the overall-well-being sense too. We can all use a lift.

Meantime, have a great weekend. . .

In good health,

Fiona

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