Tag Archives: 2018

Healthcare Costs Stress Out U.S. Voters One Week Ahead of 2018 Mid-Term Elections

With seven days until voters go to the polls for what some call the most momentous U.S. election in decades, most Americans say that healthcare costs are a major stress, second only to money. So warns the Sixth Annual Nationwide TCHS Consumers Healthcare Survey, with the tagline: “Stressed Out: Americans and Healthcare.” Perhaps this is… Read More »

Burpees for Boobs 2018

Thursday, October 25, 2018 We’re celebrating our 2nd annual Burpees for Boobs event and have raised over $ 10,000 as of this blog post! To start, we wanted to give a HUGE shout-out and thank you to our members and locations who have been hard at work raising donations in their community. You can take… Read More »

This week in health – 26 October 2018

Government considers fortifying bread with folic acid Health experts are pushing the government to add folic acid to bread, saying that other countries are already doing what can only benefit consumers. The B vitamin would not change the taste of the food. The government will launch a consultation on the issue early next year. “My… Read More »