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By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
"Fat But Fit" is a Myth; Insurance Based on BMI Can Be Fair and Effective
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By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new study shows that obesity interventions can have beneficial effects on other health outcomes, such as cardiovascular fitness, regardless of its effect on BMI. Focusing on a single factor like BMI change can overlook other important outcomes.
By iValueHealth.NET
10,000 people participated in a study conducted by iValueHealth.NET shows that average BMI (or IMC) is 21.54.
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By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
Singer/songwriters find salvation in people who believe in their talent. Sometimes the stinging criticism of music row "insiders" can so discourage a songwriter they give up prematurely. Metzgar advises them to seek another valid second opinion.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The historic level of desperation, for relief operations in 193 UN member countries, has prompted a call to artists to lead U.S. and international humanitarian relief efforts.
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By Tiffany
In the light of alarming trends in obesity, these pages essentially distil the wisdom from the surrounding myths on Body fat and ways of tackling .
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Soundtracks "Special Forces Prayer" and "The Soldiers Tear," from the album "Country Goes Global," hold special meaning for those serving and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The Global Fund [3] has committed US$ 22.6 billion in 150 countries to support large-scale prevention, treatment and care programs to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The United Nations Arts Initiative engages the grassroots and decision making level in 193 countries.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Progress on the economic or public health front in the United States, considered the most advanced nation in the world, provides a reference point for the scope of challenges facing the International Community.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
CMA/ASCAP Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow works to protect the worlds most vulnerable populations.
By MEDA, Multi-service Eating Disorders Association
Mandatory BMI reporting laws force parents to walk the fine line between encouraging healthy eating and promoting unhealthy weight loss strategies. You have a choice to Opt Out.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
"Country Music: In Performance at the White House" is a PBS music special in the East Room of the White House, hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
HRI:UNArts RSS feed: Syndicated news feed connects the entertainment industry in 192 UN countries.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
This Thanksgiving and Holiday Season, please join the HRI: Arts Integration Into Education Campaign to Support Local Food Banks and Frontline Service Programs through FeedingAmerica.org, the National Food Bank Network and 13,000 local providers.
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Demographic analysis of the needs landscape and capability of the frontline programs to address them, provides us with the unmet needs overview, while the arts initiative serves as a "Bridge for Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources."
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow.
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By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has been bringing hope and inspiration to people through its music globally for the past four decades. The songs on this three-time GRAMMY-winning group’s latest release focus on the themes of reconciliation and healing.

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By American College of Physicians
New study examines the associations of body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage (separately and together) with mortality.
By Public Interest Law Professor John Banzhaf
"Fat But Fit" is a Myth; Insurance Based on BMI Can Be Fair and Effective
12191445
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
A new study shows that obesity interventions can have beneficial effects on other health outcomes, such as cardiovascular fitness, regardless of its effect on BMI. Focusing on a single factor like BMI change can overlook other important outcomes.
By Dawn EuBanks
Thus by acquiring a terrestrial radio station, Pandora believes it should pay the same royalty rates as iHeartRadio and other competitors.
By NAAFA
CVS Caremark’s “voluntary” wellness program requires employees to report private medical information such as cholesterol, blood pressure, weight or BMI.
By NAAFA
NAAFA supports the passing of MA House Bill H.2024 which would put an end to the “fat” letters being sent to the parents of children in Massachusetts. Other such attempts have proven non-productive, even damaging.
By iValueHealth.NET
10,000 people participated in a study conducted by iValueHealth.NET shows that average BMI (or IMC) is 21.54.
By BMI Hose
What was supposed to have been a successful and growing nationwide network of franchised hydraulic service centres seems to have descended into a network of wound-up and insolvent companies being run by disqualified directors.
By Lauren Gambaccini
Company’s effort focused on implementing an integrated Environmental, Health & Safety Management System in conformance with International Standards.
By EatSmart Products
Researchers have recently proven that BMI underestimates obesity rates. The EatSmart Body Fat Scale offers an innovative, at-home means to monitor your body fat and other health metrics.
By George Georgiou
The universally recognised blueprint that is used to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy body weight is inaccurately classifying people with excess body fat as healthy.
11844136
By Entertainment Headline News Nashville
Singer/songwriters find salvation in people who believe in their talent. Sometimes the stinging criticism of music row "insiders" can so discourage a songwriter they give up prematurely. Metzgar advises them to seek another valid second opinion.
By Press Release
Independent Artist Chart National Top 200 & Get Major Label Distribution
By IQPC
Interview by Helen Winsor, Customer Management Exchange David Boyle, Senior Vice President Consumer Insight at EMI Music, discusses how Consumer Insight and Analytics is being used at EMI Music
11755205
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The historic level of desperation, for relief operations in 193 UN member countries, has prompted a call to artists to lead U.S. and international humanitarian relief efforts.
11752845
By Tiffany
In the light of alarming trends in obesity, these pages essentially distil the wisdom from the surrounding myths on Body fat and ways of tackling .
11747623
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Soundtracks "Special Forces Prayer" and "The Soldiers Tear," from the album "Country Goes Global," hold special meaning for those serving and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
11739540
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The Global Fund [3] has committed US$ 22.6 billion in 150 countries to support large-scale prevention, treatment and care programs to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
The United Nations Arts Initiative engages the grassroots and decision making level in 193 countries.
11737222
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Progress on the economic or public health front in the United States, considered the most advanced nation in the world, provides a reference point for the scope of challenges facing the International Community.
11734892
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
CMA/ASCAP Artist H-II Stephen Michael Apatow works to protect the worlds most vulnerable populations.
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Remembering those who place there lives on the line to protect our country this Thanksgiving holiday.
By MEDA, Multi-service Eating Disorders Association
Mandatory BMI reporting laws force parents to walk the fine line between encouraging healthy eating and promoting unhealthy weight loss strategies. You have a choice to Opt Out.
11729553
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
"Country Music: In Performance at the White House" is a PBS music special in the East Room of the White House, hosted by President and Mrs. Obama.
11724980
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
HRI:UNArts RSS feed: Syndicated news feed connects the entertainment industry in 192 UN countries.
11719785
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
This Thanksgiving and Holiday Season, please join the HRI: Arts Integration Into Education Campaign to Support Local Food Banks and Frontline Service Programs through FeedingAmerica.org, the National Food Bank Network and 13,000 local providers.
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Demographic analysis of the needs landscape and capability of the frontline programs to address them, provides us with the unmet needs overview, while the arts initiative serves as a "Bridge for Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources."
11701788
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has entered into a strategic partnership with the nonprofit organization Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI), led by writer, composer, artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow.
11701006
By HRI: United Nations Arts Initiative
Sounds of Blackness has been bringing hope and inspiration to people through its music globally for the past four decades. The songs on this three-time GRAMMY-winning group’s latest release focus on the themes of reconciliation and healing.
By NAAFA
NAAFA introduces our Guidelines for Healthcare Providers Who Treat Fat Patients to provide education for healthcare providers to help them better understand and treat fat patients.

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