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If you are unfamiliar with the code language 420, it's a sub-culture of people who observe and describe themselves as cannabis users.
1 comment - Apr 20, 2014 -
This is not a religious essay, so please don't take the example below wrong.
0 comments - Apr 9, 2014 -
There's sweet news for type 2s who have been longing for the taste of sugar without the nasty side effects.
0 comments - Apr 6, 2014 -
Endocrinologists are in a funny position when it comes to people with diabetes. We spend so much time with our diseases that we don't really need them to manage things on a daily basis, but we can't write our prescriptions on our own.
0 comments - Apr 4, 2014 -
Each year, 186,000 children in the United States are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, and many are the only ones in their family with the disease.
0 comments - Apr 3, 2014 -
Research published in the Annals of Internal Medicine and reported on by The New York Times, says that sugary foods and excess carbohydrates, not saturated fat, are the main culprits in the build-up of artery-clogging particles.
0 comments - Mar 21, 2014 -
NEW YORK, PRNewswire--Weight Watchers International, Inc. has announced Weight Watchers for Diabetes, a new program that serves the unique needs of employees with type 2 diabetes by integrating personalized coaching from a certified diabetes educator into Weight Watchers' approach to weight loss and management.
0 comments - Mar 19, 2014 -
Few things are better for us or more difficult to sustain than losing weight. Whatever the cause--genetics, environment, our own bad choices--human bodies can be easily turned into sugar-craving machines. Turning our bodies from that course is easy enough for a week or three, but sustaining weight loss over many months and years is notoriously difficult.
0 comments - Mar 7, 2014 -
A recent article in Scientific American discusses a synthetic chemical that has extended the lifespan of lab mice by mimicking the effects of a low-calorie diet.
0 comments - Mar 6, 2014 -
The Neanderthals--Homo sapiens neanderthalensis--entered popular imagination more than 160 years ago when their remains were first discovered in Germany's Neander Valley (thal in German).
0 comments - Feb 17, 2014 -
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