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  • Diabetes Quick Fix: Hot Glazed Tuna Steak with Pecan Spinach Salad

    Fresh tuna steaks get a pleasing jolt from horseradish. Fresh tuna slathered in a sweet and hot sauce takes minutes to make. Meaty and delicious, tuna steaks can dry out easily and need to be carefully cooked. It's best to undercook a little. The tuna...
  • A new 'whey' to control diabetes

    Tel Aviv — Blood sugar surges — after-meal glucose "spikes" — can be life threatening for the 29 million Americans with diabetes. Diabetic blood sugar spikes have been linked to cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, kidney...
  • Breastfeeding does a baby good; NN, VB events

    Breastfeeding Mamas started with five members and has grown to include 7,000 who participate via Facebook. They will gather at the Midtown Community Center in Newport News on Saturday, Aug. 2, to participate in the International Big Latch On celebration....
  • Tackling diabetes one person at a time

    Tackling diabetes one person at a time
    HAMPTON — There are a dozen stories in the room. Participants — black and white, young and old, men and women — each have their own narrative as to how they came to be in a workshop to learn how to control diabetes. They're insulin-...
  • 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...
  • Study: Poor people with diabetes 10 times more likely to lose limb

    Study: Poor people with diabetes 10 times more likely to lose limb
    Diabetic people in low-income neighborhoods in California were up to 10 times more likely to lose a leg or a foot than diabetic patients in wealthier ZIP Codes, UCLA researchers have reported. Their analysis, published online Monday by the journal...
  • Free diabetes workshops in York

    Free diabetes workshops in York
    Free diabetes education classes. The 6-week Stanford University workshop for those who are pre-diabetic, those with type 2 diabetes, and/or their caregivers.   ·  Learn tips and techniques for managing your symptoms and   living well with...
  • Mom who drove kids into ocean in Florida had low blood sugar: lawyer

    ORLANDO Fla. (Reuters) - A pregnant South Carolina woman drove a minivan with her three children into the ocean off a Florida beach in March because low blood sugar made her act irrationally, her lawyer said on Thursday. Ebony Wilkerson, 33, faces...
  • U.S. diet quality improves, but gap widens between rich and poor

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – A new study of Americans' eating habits finds that people are choosing more healthy foods and less of the unhealthy ones, overall, and consumption of trans fats has plummeted over a decade. But scores for diet quality...
  • EatingWell: Don't let diabetes stop you from exercising

    It's a message you hear everywhere: Exercise is one of the most important things you can do to control your diabetes. It's also a catch-22: Controlling diabetes can be so exhausting that some days just leaving the house feels like climbing a mountain....
  • Cord blood, a precious medical resource, is usually discarded

    PHILADELPHIA At 2:11 p.m. on July 23, Michael Kuttler drew his first breath and belted out an exultant scream. Seconds later, he participated in his first act of altruism trying to save a stranger's life. His afterbirth was placed in a bin and handed...