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Swedish Researchers Say There's a Link Between Childhood Abuse and Later Obesity
Nov 12, 2014 | 
Swedish researchers report that there may be a link between childhood abuse and the development of bad eating habits later in life that lead to obesity.
No Association Between Hepatitis C And Diabetes
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A new study has found no association between hepatitis C and diabetes in the United States, despite previous research that suggested a clear link.
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Nov 9, 2014 | 
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Eating Potatoes Will Not Sabotage Your Diet
Nov 8, 2014 | 
Potatoes have earned a bad reputation among dieters as being weight loss saboteurs, and they have been blacklisted from numerous low-carb diets and other nutritional plans. However, a new study has shown that potatoes could actually help people lose weight. The key is to ensure that you are sticking to a calorie-controlled diet.
Low Testosterone And Diabetes Hike Heart Disease Risk In Men
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Helping African Americans F.A.C.E. Their Risk for Diabetes
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