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  • Fitness Files: What to do when you're wilting?

    Way back in the days before air-conditioned cars, my family had a joke that wasn't funny. We'd be off on a summer outing with me, brother and sis in the back seat. "Carrie's wilting," they'd say, laughing merrily as I glared at them from my sweaty...
  • New blood sugar monitor for diabetes -- with a Chicago connection

    New blood sugar monitor for diabetes -- with a Chicago connection
    A new company to be led by former Allscripts CEO Glen Tullman won regulatory approval this week for a device that will help diabetics better monitor their blood sugar levels and alert family and friends to abnormalities. The handheld, called In Touch,...
  • Study asks whether artificial sweeteners may drive diabetes

    LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - Scientists studying the effects of artificial sweeteners in mice and humans say they have found that eating them may increase the risk of developing glucose intolerance, a risk factor for diabetes. In work that raises...
  • Fake sweeteners may mess with the way our bodies metabolize sugar

    Fake sweeteners may mess with the way our bodies metabolize sugar
    Diet sodas and those packets of artificial sweetener you put in your coffee may not be as benign as we thought, a new study suggests. High doses of artificial sweeteners like saccharin, sucralose and aspartame can change the population of healthy gut...
  • Novo's Ryzodeg effective in type 2 diabetes treatment: study

    COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Novo Nordisk's type 2 diabetes treatment Ryzodeg has proved effective in providing good blood sugar control with fewer injections than a so-called basal-bolus treatment, according to new data from a late-stage study. Ryzodeg...
  • Changing guidelines: Does bed rest help or hurt a pregnancy?

    ST. LOUIS, Mo. When Lindsey Lafferty was 22 weeks pregnant with triplets, her body showed signs that it was preparing for delivery, so her doctor prescribed one of the most common interventions used to prevent preterm birth: bed rest. For most of the...
  • Kutztown University to name its football stadium in Andre Reed's honor

    Kutztown University to name its football stadium in Andre Reed's honor
    If you thought the Andre Reed celebrations ended with his induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame last month in Canton, you were badly mistaken. The honors and accolades keep pouring in. Kutztown University announced Thursday it will rename its...
  • READER SUBMITTED: F.T. Waverly-Simpson School And The Links Inc. Present Community Health Fair

    The F.T. Simpson-Waverly School, in partnership with the Farmington Valley Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, will present its Fourth Annual Community Health Fair on Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the F.T. Simpson Waverly School, l55 Waverly St., in...
  • Triple the thrills for kids during triathlon challenge

    Weston's Darlene Mizrahi is only 10, but she isn't afraid to take on a challenge. Mizrahi was one of 99 participants in the Davie PAL (Police Athletic League) Kids Triathlon last Sunday at Bamford Park. The youngster earned the silver medal in the...
  • Exclusive: Two Apple medical trials shed light on how HealthKit will work

    Exclusive: Two Apple medical trials shed light on how HealthKit will work
    Two prominent U.S. hospitals are preparing to launch trials with diabetics and chronic disease patients using Apple Inc's HealthKit, offering a glimpse of how the iPhone maker's ambitious take on healthcare will work in practice. HealthKit, which is...
  • Report: Virginia ranks in the middle for obesity

    Report: Virginia ranks in the middle for obesity
    More than one-third of adults in the United States are deemed to be obese and double that number are considered overweight in the latest annual report by the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Adults having a body mass...