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The Mercy of a Slow Decline
Jan 29, 2014 | 
A few months ago, I reached 65, the age at which President Franklin Delano Roosevelt thought Social Security benefits should kick in. In that era, almost 80 years ago, reaching 65 was a fairly hard thing to do, and the number of years past that benchmark one could reasonably expect to enjoy was limited.
Global Obesity Rates on the Rise
Jan 28, 2014 | 
Obesity rates are rising steadily across the globe, allowing obesity to surpass hunger as a world health crisis, experts say.
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Holiday Classic: A Diabetic Chihuahua Is a Child's Christmas Angel
Dec 25, 2013 | 
(Editor's Note:This article originally ran in Diabetes Health on January 27, 2008.)
Drug Improves Weight and A1c in Patients With or Without Diabetes
Dec 24, 2013 | 
According to a study gauging the benefits of the diet drug Qsymia, those who took the drug not only lost weight, but also saw their A1c levels improve, even if they weren't diabetic.
Eating on the Run More Popular Than Ever
Dec 7, 2013 | 
As a nation, we love our food and we want it faster than ever.
NMES Boosts Type 2s' Insulin Sensitivity
Nov 27, 2013 | 
People with type 2 diabetes who have trouble with mobility and are unable to exercise may see benefits similar to exercise from neuromuscular electrical stimulation.
Vigorous Activity May Be Better for Women Than Moderate Workouts
Nov 23, 2013 | 
While any exercise at all is certainly better than living a couch-potato lifestyle, women might see lower blood pressure and less depression with hard-core exercise compared to moderate physical activity, according to the results of a new study.
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