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Diabetes

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Top Diabetes Articles

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  • A Hampton family copes with diabetes

    A Hampton family copes with diabetes
    She put on a pair of Crocs and hesitated for a minute to catch her balance. Then Christine Hadley swept her arm and called her four children by the affectionate abbreviation, "A, B, C and D," to follow her on a stroll to the beach at Buckroe two blocks...
  • Howard County making a healthy effort [Letter]

    Howard County making a healthy effort [Letter]
    This is in response to the article by Amanda Yeager regarding Howard County's limits on sugary drinks and junk food at county-sponsored events ("Ban on sweets sours Fourth of July vendors," July 2). As a physician, I am very concerned about the...
  • Sherry Lansing on Female Film Execs, Hollywood Movies, Cancer Research, Education

    Sherry Lansing, the former prexy of 20th Century Fox, and chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures for 12 years, was at the Karlovy Vary Film Festival this week with her husband, William Friedkin, who received the Crystal Globe for outstanding artistic...
  • MannKind wins long sought FDA approval for insulin inhaler

    MannKind wins long sought FDA approval for insulin inhaler
    Los Angeles billionaire-inventor Alfred Mann's almost decade-long quest to develop an inhalable form of insulin for diabetics won approval Friday from U.S. regulators. His company, MannKind Corp. of Valencia, got the OK on Friday to sell the drug called...
  • Claros and El Chaar: Is weight-loss surgery the shortcut cure for diabetes?

    The media were buzzing recently with the findings of a Cleveland Clinic study showing that weight-loss (bariatric) surgery is helping many obese patients reverse Type 2 diabetes. Has diabetes actually been cured by surgery? For many people, the answer...
  • Another Obamacare goal: Spend money on prevention, save money on cure

    Another Obamacare goal: Spend money on prevention, save money on cure
    Randy Gutzke, a longtime IV drug user who says he struggles daily to stay sober, recently was offered a quick-results test for hepatitis C at a West Side community health center. A case manager also reviewed the behaviors that put him at risk for...
  • NEAT way to get in shape

    Shortly after qualifying for the Boston Marathon, I threw up. I don't advise this for weight loss.  Most people choose not to run marathons. Most people don't run at all. Heck, most people get zero exercise.  And I get it. As a former couch potato,...
  • Short, intense workouts lower blood sugar, study says

    Short, intense workouts lower blood sugar, study says
    Here's a new before-meal snack: A little intense exercise might be a good plan for people trying to control their blood sugar. Researchers call it "exercise snacking" and say that a brief burst of intense exercise is more effective than a moderate daily...
  • Antioxidant-rich foods help your immune system ward off disease

    Source: Pacific Prime Insurance whatdoctorsknow.com We've often been advised to eat the right foods and consume essential nutrients to maintain optimal health and wellness, but why do our bodies need vitamins and minerals to maintain good health?...
  • People better managing diabetes, despite growing numbers with the disease

    People better managing diabetes, despite growing numbers with the disease
    While diabetes is becoming more common, people are learning how to better manage the disease. The result has been lower risk of heart attack, high blood sugar, strokes and leg amputations because of the disease. Dr. Amber Taylor, director of the...
  • One more cup of coffee a day could cut your risk of Type 2 diabetes

    One more cup of coffee a day could cut your risk of Type 2 diabetes
    Drinking more coffee may decrease your risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, a new study shows. Researchers from Harvard University found that people who increased their coffee consumption by at least one cup per day over a period of years were 11% less...