It's off-season for gyms and trainers. Beating the New Year's resolution crowds can pay off.
Over-the-counter medications will no longer be an eligible FSA expense in 2011.
Citing obesity epidemic, New York wants to add sugary drinks to the list of items you can't buy with food stamps. Is that fair to the poor?
Group advocating paid sick days for restaurant workers notes the risk to the public when people work sick.
The retailer partners with Humana to beat out other plans for Medicare recipients.
Obese women earn less than their slimmer sisters, while obese men earn about the same as men of normal weight.
Nurses and doctors are the professionals who say they most need coffee to make it through the workday.
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