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Study: Lunch After Recess Prompts Kids To Eat More Fruits, Veggies
Jan 25, 2015 | 
Turns out, a diet trick that works for adults also works for kids. According to a new study, kids who ate lunch after recess were more likely to eat more fruits and vegetables than kids who ate lunch before heading outside to play.
7 Ways to Save on Your Prescriptions
Jan 24, 2015 | 
Are you paying more for prescription drugs? The stats say that you probably are. I recently wrote an article about the prescription drug industry. Through my research, I learned that nearly 7 in 10 Americans are on at least one prescription drug and more than half of Americans take two drugs. It’s a $326 billion industry and growing – that breaks down to an average of $1459 per person each year or $122 per month. 
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Menopause and Diabetes
Jan 22, 2015 | 
Menopause presents unique challenges for women that have diabetes. The hormones progesterone and estrogen will impact how the cells of your body respond to insulin. After you go through menopause, hormone level changes can result in blood sugar level fluctuation. For people with diabetes, this may result in blood sugar levels that are unpredictable and difficult to control.
Despite Advances
Jan 21, 2015 | 
Conflict and misunderstandings between racial groups have been in the headlines recently. Disparate police treatment of black and white people has garnered the attention, but public health experts have long been concerned with a different kind of inequality.
The Link Between Diabetes and Hormones
Jan 20, 2015 | 
Diabetes begins as a metabolic syndrome that features a combination of hormonal and nutritional imbalances. If these imbalances aren’t corrected, a pre-diabetic condition can turn into full-fledged diabetes. These hormonal imbalances can result in an inability for your body to produce the insulin that it needs to convert glucose into energy, a condition that is known as insulin resistance. When this occurs, your blood glucose levels will elevate, and you may experience complications and symptoms of diabetes. Likewise, if you suffer from glucose intolerance you may experience low blood sugar when your body doesn’t have enough glucose to use for fuel. 
Type 1 - Gluten-Free Diet Still Questionable
Jan 17, 2015 | 
While a gluten-free diet has been shown to be beneficial for both those with celiac disease and those without, the jury is still out on whether going gluten free can help benefit those with type 1 diabetes.
Life With Type 2
Jan 15, 2015 | 
I'm not sure whether what I'm about to describe is a blessing or a curse. But it's something I run into with almost everybody I know, myself included: the inability to see our luck or good fortune as clearly as others see it.
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