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Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

The Department of Health and Human Services issued the federal government's first-ever Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans in 2008 to help Americans understand the types and amounts of physical activity that offer important health benefits. Physical activity is any form of exercise or movement of the body that uses energy. Some of your daily life activities—doing active chores around the house, yard work, walking the dog—are examples. HHS has now released the second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.

This second edition of the Physical Activity Guidelines for

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Jamie Dimon: Amazon, Berkshire partnership 'pissed off healthcare companies

A sheer 91% of all clinicians eligible under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) participated in the first year of the program.

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CMS' Seema Verma says MIPS exceeds participation goal in first year

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New Research suggests it's time to teach baby boomers about patient portals

These days, Americans can manage many facets of their lives through the internet. But a new poll suggests many older adults still aren't using online systems to communicate with doctors and other healthcare providers, despite the widespread availability of such systems.