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Diabetes

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  • 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...
  • When it comes to primary care, there's no place like a medical home

    Joe McDonald, 70, of Fairfax, Va., really likes his primary-care doctor. And it's no wonder. The retired finance manager can get same-day appointments at the Fairfax Family Practice, e-mail his physician or drop by the practice's walk-in clinic, even on...
  • Illinois Medicaid moves to managed care

     Illinois Medicaid moves to managed care
    Sherry Loveless can see the promise of managed care right through her bedroom door. Saddled with multiple disabilities, Loveless, 61, has been stuck in her Rockford bedroom for months because the doorway is too narrow for her wheelchair to squeeze...
  • Las Vegas tries new tactic to improve city's notorious healthcare

    Teresa Garcia, weak and in pain, had all but given up on doctors when she came to a small clinic next to a former wedding chapel on the Strip. "I never thought I would get better," the 55-year-old housekeeper said, recalling years of perfunctory...
  • Pacoima Wash is getting a makeover

    Pacoima Wash is getting a makeover
    When Rosalinda Cardenas was a kid, her parents warned her often: Stay away from the Pacoima Wash. A few blocks from her home on Laurel Canyon Boulevard, the concrete-encased flood control channel was barricaded by rusty chain-link fences, broken glass...
  • Dark chocolate can be a healthy treat

    Indulgence and romance aside, the health benefits of dark chocolate may be enjoyed anytime. DARK DEFINED Chocolate is made from beans harvested from the cocoa tree, Theobroma cacao. The ancient Mayans first discovered chocolate's health potential....
  • Exercise before meals might help stave off diabetes, researchers say

    Here’s a new kind of 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...
  • Bill requiring health labels on sugary drinks fails in Assembly panel

    A proposal to affix health warning labels to sugary drinks, including sodas and sports drinks, failed to win sufficient support in a key Assembly panel Tuesday.  The measure would have required sugary drinks sold in California to be labeled with a...
  • Watch TV to lose weight? Yes!

     
    Sometimes, two things come together beautifully, like chocolate and peanut butter. Lennon and McCartney. Woodward and Bernstein. Other times, opposites come together and still produce something beautiful. This weight loss study, involving Comcast cable TV...