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High-fat Meal, Weight Gain, Fast Food Meal, And Women

Stressful lifestyles combined with high-fat food choices could lead women with a sluggish metabolism, according to researchers at Ohio State University. On average, their study found, women who had reported one or more stressors during the previous 24-hour period burned 104 fewer calories than non-…

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Diabetes, Diabetes Research Institute, American Diabetes Association, And Worldwide Diabetes Drug

Type 2 diabetes can be cured! There! I’ve said it. Why, in our modern society where this disease is the seventh leading cause of death, does such a statement get suppressed from the general public? Both major health entities, medical professionals and Big Pharma, fail to get the word out that with …

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Sharps, Sharps Containers, Sharps Disposal, And Safe Sharps Disposal

Every year, 7 billion sharps get thrown away in the United States. Some of that trash has been used to help keep people with diabetes healthy. The lancets and glucose sensor introducer needles that are part of blood glucose monitoring are sharps, as are the syringe, pen, and infusion set introducer …

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Inhaled Insulin, Inhaled Insulin Preparations, New Inhaled Insulin, And Insulin Analogs

Afrezza, an insulin product administered with a special inhaler, rather than requiring injection, has just been approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration for pre-meal administration to control blood glucose in people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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Navajo Nation, Navajo Nation Community, Nation Community Health, And Much-needed Medical Supplies

Help provide much-needed medical supplies. Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, with greater numbers diagnosed with each passing year. In the past the disease could be disabling or even deadly, but thanks to advances in modern medicine, diabetes is not necessarily a death …

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Diabetes, National Diabetes Statistics, People Between The Ages Of 45 And 64, And Diabetes Epidemic

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention revealed some alarming statistics – specifically, that about 10 percent of the U.S. population now has type 2 diabetes. Moreover, nearly one-third of these people are undiagnosed, the 2014 National Diabetes Statistics Report stated. …

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