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.
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.
Just before the Republican-led Congress is set to vote on legislation that would redefine a full-time worker under the Affordable Care Act, conservatives are expressing opposition for their party’s plan.
Drugs known as sodium-glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors, or SGLT2 inhibitors, are a new class of oral medications that are used for treating patients with type 2 diabetes. These medications have been approved since 2013, and they are to be taken once a day to help the kidneys lower glucose levels in the blood. Their use has been associated with improved glycemic control, weight loss, and lowering the risk of hypoglycemia.
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If you're a smartphone user and have noticed a lot more apps pushing you to be fit, it's not just your imagination. According to Google, which looked at information from its online store, health and fitness applications were its quickest-growing category of 2014.
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