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Kimberly Richardson left her diabetic and high blood pressure drugs and insulin behind by turning to a raw food diet. After being plagued with medication during her pregancy Kimberly decided to try alternative methods to get her health back on track she...
email@example.comKentucky State Police are asking for help finding a missing local man who was last seen with the suspect in a double murder committed Monday in Danville. Trooper Frank Thornberry said the mother of Clint Disken, 31, formerly of Harrodsburg, contacted...
Tags: Diabetes, Murder, Prescription Drugs, Missing Persons
Homegrown Fall Favorites Late fall brings a bountiful harvest with plenty of time to enjoy fresh produce grown close to home. Fall’s peak produce includes: - Apples: Gala, Empire, Ida Red and Jonathan (all good multi-purpose apples for...
Tags: Pecans, Lifestyle and Leisure, Diabetes, Vitamin C, Spaghetti
Contributing WriterMore than 20 million Americans have diabetes, and approximately six million of these individuals don’t know they have it. The best way to prevent a diabetic emergency is to manage the disease through a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, a...
As obesity rates soar worldwide, the antidote may seem obvious: Eat less! Move more! But the common-sense approach hasn't been terribly effective, prompting some scientists to question the simplicity of the formula. Although personal decisions and self-...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt wasn’t the life she had imagined — one that included high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and the prospect of knee replacement. As a young girl full of life, she would never have pictured herself struggling to get through the...
email@example.comIt wasn't the life she had imagined — one that included high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and the prospect of knee replacement. As a young girl full of life, she would never have pictured herself struggling to get through the day,...
Dr. Reubin Andres, a retired gerontologist who challenged commonly circulated height-weight tables for the elderly and conducted diabetes research, died of complications from heart disease Sunday at his Lake Roland-area home. He was 89. Dr. Andres...
Tags: Diabetes, Malaria, Roxbury, Social Sciences, Obesity
Just as recent science has divided dietary fats into good, bad and really bad categories, some scientists now think different sugars also may deserve individual scrutiny. Most experts agree that Americans eat too much sugar, period. But studies in recent...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/ReporterPeople with Type One Diabetes have to manage their disease every day. They're tied to insulin pumps and blood sugar monitors. But one local woman is taking part in clinical research she hopes will one day give more freedom to people with diabetes. "I...
BALTIMORE — Days after undergoing gastric bypass surgery, Brenda Maker’s diabetes was gone — her body producing enough of the hormone insulin to turn sugar into fuel. It’s a phenomenon seen in recent years by doctors who...
In Wednesday's Tribune, we look at the growing body of research into potentially dangerous effects of fructose in our diet. Along with glucose, fructose is one of the two main simple sugars in our food, composing about of half of the contents of table...
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