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  • Feet Health Risk
    Flip Flops -health risk to your feet
    Now that the warm weather is here to stay for a while, we are wearing less clothing. Shorter shorts, lighter dresses and flip flops with everything. As comfortable as they are flip flops are bad for your feet. A recent article in Cosmopolitan...
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    A fast heart rate is associated with increased risk for diabetes
    Diabetes is a serious health problem which should be treated aggressively in order to lessen the chances of serious complications. Penn State News reported on May 22, 2015, researchers have observed that a faster heart rate is linked to an...
  • Lower your blood sugar ahead of time to prevent the use of medications
    Lower your blood sugar ahead of time to prevent the use of medications
    Anyone can make a difference in your blood glucose levels by controlling the choices you make. Balance, physical activity and monitoring are ways to begin the process. When your blood glucose levels are level or normal it will help you feel better...
  • Ruby's Diner dog party on Wednesday, 27 May 2015
    Dog social and fundraiser Wednesday at Ruby's Diner in Irvine
    Do you love hamburgers and really thick, old-fashioned milk shakes? Do you love dogs? Then head on over to Ruby's Diner on Wednesday. If you use the flyer on Wednesday--even at lunchtime, 20 percent of the non-alcoholic sales will go to...
  • diabetes
    One Touch Diabetes: BC III: Diabetes Testing
    IntroductionModern life is plagued by symptomatic disorders, diabetes, is chief among them. For many centuries, it wasn’t even recognised as a disease. It was called the sugar sickness, and was treated in ways that ranged from the...
  • Diabetes Pet Manager
    Diabetes Pet Manager launches on iPhone application
    Sometimes one feels helpless when there is a sick pet. The pet can't tell you what is wrong and you can't explain to the pet what you need to do to help. Sometimes a little outside help does a lot to assist in the management of an illness....
  • ketosis
    Ketoacidosis: diabetes, alcohol, prescribed medicine and more.
    In 2014, the national diabetes fact sheet mentioned that 29, 1 million people have diabetes in the U.S. In 2010, it was the seventh leading cause of death. However, diabetes may be underreported as a cause of death. In 2012, the estimated diabetes...
  • Learn about type 2 diabetes
    Learn about Type 2 diabetes
    Learn about Type 2 diabetes.According to Dr. Cindy Haines from Health Day TV, "Patients with Type 2 diabetes often accumulate dangerous fat deposits around their vital organs, diet modification and medication are prescribed to try to control...
  • Best Selling Author Brenda Novak's diabetes research fundraiser begins May 1st
    Best Selling Author Brenda Novak's annual diabetes research fundraiser has begun
    May has arrived heralding the start of New York Times and USA Today's Bestselling author, Brenda Novak's 2015 fundraiser for the Cure of Diabetes!For ten years, Brenda Novak has held an online auction during the month of May to raise money...
  • Soda: Drink at your own risk
    Soda: Drink at your own risk
    Health and nutrition experts try to emphasize it over and over again in hopes that people will listen and learn. The bottom line: drinking soda is detrimental to your health, in more ways than one. A recent article in the Las Vegas Review Journal ...
  • Living with diabetes and staying healthy
    Living with diabetes and staying healthy
    Diabetes is a condition that needs to be dealt with consistently. The focal topic to carry on with a sound way of life for all diabetes patients is to control glucose levels. To control glucose levels and carry on with a long and sound life, Ms....
  •  Former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich
    Newt Gingrich calls for doubling federal medical research at NIH
    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich published an oped in the New York Times on Wednesday calling for the doubling of the National Institutes for Health, currently at $31 billion. The idea, coming from Gingrich, is not as crazy as it may sound at...
  • Diabetics protected from high traffic pollution
    Diabetics protected from high traffic pollution
    Oral diabetes solutions are more compelling than insulin in shielding diabetics from the unfavorable impacts of high activity contamination, says a study. Study members in Puerto Rico who utilized insulin and lived beside streets with substantial...
  • benefits of eggs
    Eating eggs can reduce the risk of diabetes
    In the event that you love eggs, there is uplifting news for you. Egg utilization could decrease the danger of Type-2 diabetes, says another exploration. The study, distributed in American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, found that men who ate...
  • Sitting in front of a TV for hours can increase diabetes risk
    Sitting in front of a TV for hours can increase diabetes risk
    Reconsider before you settle down for your most loved TV show as the more hours you spend before the idiot box, expands the danger of creating diabetes by more than three percent, cautions a study. The study, distributed in the journal...
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