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Emails Between Doctors And Patients On The Rise

Nov 28, 2014 | 
More patients and doctors are communicating by email than they were just over a decade ago, but numbers following the growth spurt have essentially flat-lined, according to research,
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Shifts In Circadian Rhythms Linked To Weight Gain
Nov 27, 2014 | 
A new study shows that the microbes in our gut may be as much guided by the human circadian clock as the rest of our bodies.
Healthy Diet May Help Prevent Ovarian Cancer Deaths
Nov 26, 2014 | 
Women who were eating a healthy diet before they were diagnosed with ovarian cancer were less likely to die from any cause including the disease than women with poorer diets, a new study shows.
Five Thanksgiving Tips
Nov 25, 2014 | 
It’s tough enough to make it through the holidays without gaining weight. People with diabetes face a bigger challenge with holiday parties and family gatherings. An extra treat or carbohydrate food could sky rocket a blood sugar reading to a critical point.
CDC Map Shows Obesity Exceeds 20% in Every State
Nov 24, 2014 | 
A recently released map from the Centers for Disease Control shows that in 2013 no U.S. state had less than a 20 percent rate of obesity among adults ages 18 and older. Twenty-three states had adult obesity rates ranging 25 percent to just under 30 percent.
Diabetes Health: Gestational Diabetes Crossword Puzzle Solution #30
Nov 24, 2014 | 
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Diabetes Health: Gestational Diabetes Crossword Puzzle #30
Nov 23, 2014 | 
Test your knowledge to see how well you know Gestational Diabetes.
Weight Loss Success is Similar with Gradual and Rapid Dieting
Nov 22, 2014 | 
Dieters are often deterred from losing weight too quickly, as many people believe that rapid weight loss is difficult to maintain. However, a new study suggests that both gradual and rapid weight loss methods can be effective, and they also have similar levels of weight regain. This information dispels the myth that rapid weight loss via crash dieting is ineffective because that weight loss is difficult to maintain.
We Are Tough
Nov 21, 2014 | 
Fructose Consumption May Lead to Diabetes and Obesity
Nov 20, 2014 | 
Fructose, a sugar that is found within high-fructose corn syrup, has been scrutinized considerably over the last few years. Now, research has added to the debate about the health of this sugar. A new study shows that fructose can promote diabetes and obesity by over-stimulating hormones that regulate the accumulation of fat.
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