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Despite improved health education and medicine, one disease that's actually getting more prevalent, not less prevalent, in America is diabetes. [Read More]
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Apple appears to be developing a non-invasive glucose monitoring prototype that works with its Watch. [Read More]
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Failing to sleep less than six hours every day may nearly double the risk of death in people with metabolic syndrome -- a combination of... [Read More]
Getting enough sleep may be a life or death matter for people with a cluster of heart disease and diabetes risk factors. [Read More]
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Both conditions require heart-healthy eating. Here's what to put on your plate and what to leave off. [Read More]
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Ashley Hillsman of Murfreesboro has joined the University of Tennessee/Tennessee State University Extension office in Shelbyville for the next 10 weeks as a summer intern.... [Read More]
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Sitting on the bleachers at Peninsula High School, a lacrosse helmet and stick beside him, Scott Phillips glances at fingers scarred from nearly six years... [Read More]
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Stefan Paul Guttormsson, "Dr G," 69, of Duluth died early Wednesday, May 24, 2017, of a cardiac arrest and complications of diabetes, at St. Luke's... [Read More]
Lack of common sense To the editor: How enlightening to hear three cogent comments from Republican congressmen recently while touting the new Trumpcare bill.... [Read More]
Because 8.2 percent of adults in Nobles County live with a diabetes diagnosis - a full two percent more than the state average of 6.1... [Read More]
Hawley Elementary School kindergartener Gracie Arbogast was first diagnosed with diabetes when she was 3½ years old, her mother Stephanie Moody explained. Since the school... [Read More]
Diabetes is a tricky condition to face Ramadhan with, however, its not impossible for diabetics to fast as long as its done with caution. [Read More]
Nancy Campbell spins scientific studies to fit her own personal conclusion that it's better to suffer measles as a child than to risk diabetes. [Read More]
Nancy Campbell spins scientific studies to fit her own personal conclusion that it's better to suffer measles as a child than to risk diabetes. [Read More]
It is well known that life expectancies increased significantly during the 20th century in the U.S. While this was certainly a positive development, highly aggregated... [Read More]
The 12-year-old Parker Middle School student was diagnosed the age of 11 with Type 1 diabetes. [Read More]
The Parkview Noble Diabetes Support Group will meet Tuesday from 1:30-2:30 p.m. at the Center for Healthy Living on the Parkview Noble Hospital campus. [Read More]
  What are opioids? Opioids — such as prescription painkillers and heroin — are powerful drugs. Opioids slow breathing and heartbeat, and act on the... [Read More]
An annual diabetes walk will kick off June 10 to educate people about living a healthier and more active lifestyle to help prevent and control... [Read More]
Because 8.2 percent of adults in Nobles County live with a diabetes diagnosis - a full two percent more than the state average of 6.1... [Read More]
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