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  • Pérdida de peso depende de fisiología individual, según estudio

    Pérdida de peso depende de fisiología individual, según estudio
    ATLANTA.- La fisiología de cada persona influye en la forma en la que se pierde peso, de acuerdo con un reporte de los Institutos de Salud de Estados Unidos (NIH) divulgada hoy. La investigación, publicada hoy en la revista Diabetes, encontró que...
  • Puppy will become guardian angel for diabetic girl

    She had the pick of the litter. She chose the littlest one. Hailey Dashio, 5, a mere sprite herself, felt sorry for the puppy, her mom said. Despite her tender years, Hailey understands being tiny and having to struggle, for she has faced multiple...
  • Former Illinois football player accuses coach Tim Beckman of mistreatment

    Former Illinois offensive tackle Simon Cvijanovic on Sunday accused football coach Tim Beckman and the athletic department of creating a "culture of abuse and mistreatment" of players, including pushing injured players to compete, withholding medical...
  • Why whole-genome testing hurts more than it helps

    President Obama proposes to plunk down $215 million on "precision medicine," and the National Institutes of Health and its National Cancer Institute will spend it by sequencing the whole genome of a million or more Americans. Is whole-genome testing the...
  • Rain doesn't dampen Eddie's spirits -- nor his Carnival for a Cure

    Rain doesn't dampen Eddie's spirits -- nor his Carnival for a Cure
    You can't keep a good man down, and Eddie Flannery, 10, a Wilmette Romona School fourth-grader, wasn't going to let Mother Nature cry on his parade. Or rather, Eddie's Carnival for a Cure went down in his Wilmette garage, instead of in his yard....
  • Sprague School rallies for a diabetes cure

    Sprague School rallies for a diabetes cure
    Lincolnshire Laura B. Sprague School staff, students, and parents participated in the Annual School Walk for Diabetes April 24, raising funds to find a cure. Grades took turns during the day to complete the walks, which took place before steady rains...
  • Health Announcements: Hepatitis Testing Day, weight loss seminar, others

    Hepatitis Testing Day National Hepatitis Testing Day is May 19, a day for at-risk people to be tested and for health care providers to educate patients about chronic viral hepatitis and testing. The Anne Arundel County Department of Health is...
  • The family reunion

    The family reunion
    The Merriam-Webster New Explorer Dictionary, copyright 2005, defines the family as, 1 a group of individuals living under one roof and under one head: HOUSEHOLD, 2 a group of persons of common ancestry: CLAN, 3 a social unit usually consisting of one or...
  • Grant helps Kane enhance childhood obesity programs, launch new one

    Grant helps Kane enhance childhood obesity programs, launch new one
    Kane County's childhood obesity rates continue to be high, but a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will be helping the county's Health Department tackle the issue. The Kane County Health Department received a three year $90,933...
  • Fitness Files: Eat a vegetable, don't be one

    When I left classroom teaching, a young teacher with a 100-watt smile took my place. Marlie's zany originality, no-nonsense manner and empathy for children made her exactly the person I hoped would replace me. That year, she turned 30. Rebelling...
  • Environmental Nutrition: A is for Asparagus

    Environmental Nutrition: A is for Asparagus
    Environmental Nutrition The folklore. A harbinger of spring, the name asparagus (asparagaceae) comes from an old Greek word meaning "stalk or shoot." The plant is a member of the lily family, which originated in the eastern Mediterranean where it still...