Wellness

FILE - In this May 10, 2011, file photo Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., gestures during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington to discuss single-payer health care bills in the Senate and House. In In 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Sanders says his plan for a government-run health care system from cradle to grave is like Medicare for all. But with full coverage for long-term care, most dental care included, no deductibles and zero copays, the Sanders plan is considerably more generous. Think of it as Medicare on growth hormones. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

“It’s not Medicare for all,” said Republican economist Gail Wilensky, who ran Medicare under former President George H.W. Bush. “It’s nonsense to talk about it as if it were. You’re just giving people a comfort level that’s inappropriate.”


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FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2016 photo, Jessie Kahnweiler, star of the web series "The Skinny," poses in New York. The Los Angeles comedian has made shorts that have landed her all over the Internet. But her current project, "The Skinny," was inspired by her more than 10-year relationship with bulimia. (Photo by Scott Gries/Invision/AP, File)

“I’m a broke indie filmmaker … and I’m an avid TV addict, and I noticed that there weren’t that many stories that really spoke to the truth of my experience, of what it was really like to have an eating disorder and also be this strong, feminist, crazy, loud, Jewish chick,” the 30-year-old Atlanta native said. “I started shopping it around to Hollywood and everyone was like, eating disorders aren’t sexy and nobody wants to watch that.”


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In this Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, photo, provided by Arin Sang-Urai, Associated Press technology writer Nick Jesdanun poses with his medals, in Anaheim, Calif., following the Star Wars Half Marathon through Disneyland theme parks. The 11 medals were awarded following seven races totaling 71 miles through Disney parks in Florida and California from Jan. 7 to 17. The races were used to test Under Armour's new gadgets and apps aimed at helping athletes and couch potatoes better meet fitness goals. (Arin Sang-Urai/Courtesy of Nick Jesdanun via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

Its $400 package, called the UA HealthBox, comes out this Friday. Made in partnership with gadget maker HTC, the HealthBox has a wrist tracker, a heart-rate chest strap and a wireless bathroom scale. Other components — including shoes embedded with tracking sensors — are on the way.


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