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Florida Times-Union
Don't wait until you have diabetes to make lifestyle changes
Florida Times-Union
Many patients who come into my office have no idea they are prediabetic. Prediabetes is when your blood sugar is elevated, but not high enough to be classified as diabetic. There are 86 million people in the U.S. with prediabetes, but nine out of 10 ...

Gears Of Biz
This common spice blasts belly fat: stunning report
Gears Of Biz
If you're looking to lose weight, try sprinkling a little bit of cinnamon into your diet, say researchers in one groundbreaking new report. A new study claims that cinnamon, a spice found in just about every cabinet in the United States, may actually ...

NBC Bay Area
New Study Says Coffee Is Good For You After All
NBC Bay Area
After debate in the medical community about whether or not coffee is good or bad for you, there's some good news for lovers of the caffeinated beverage. (Published Friday, Nov. 24, 2017). You no longer have to worry about waking up and smelling the coffee.

BBC News
Flies more germ-laden than suspected
BBC News
Scientists have discovered that flies carry more diseases than suspected. The house fly and the blowfly together harbour more than 600 different bacteria, according to a DNA analysis. Many are linked with human infections, including stomach bugs, blood ...

Salt Lake Tribune
'I don't feel like I'm a threat anymore.' New HIV guidelines are changing lives.
Salt Lake Tribune
Last year, Chris Kimmenez and his wife asked their doctors a simple question. Could Chris, who has been HIV positive since 1989 but keeps the virus in check through medication, transmit it sexually to Paula? They were pretty sure they knew the answer.

Sky News Australia
Reduce your lung cancer risk
TimesLedger
We've come a long way in the battle against lung cancer. Smoking is the leading cause of lung cancer, but fewer and fewer Americans are smoking and disease rates are declining. Still, lung cancer is the No. 1 cause of cancer death in both men and women ...

My Windsor Now
Squicquero: Understanding teen anxiety and how to approach treatment
Greeley Tribune
Did you know: The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) finds anxiety disorders affect approximately 25.1 percent of teens between ages 13 and 18? Did you know: The institute adds that 5.9 percent of adolescents between age 13 and 18 struggle with ...

The Straits Times
Crystal Noles: Hospitalization and dementia – Challenges for caregivers
Butler County Times Gazette
As inevitable as the progression of the disease itself, hospitalization will happen to a person with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia at some point. With a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease, the chance of hospitalization increases dramatically.

MetroWest Daily News
A digital atlas to map the mentally ill in the offing
Times of India
CHENNAI: The state health department may soon launch a digital atlas that will map the number of people with mental illness in an attempt to collect data to plan the programmes, allocate necessary budget and provideinclusive care for those ...

Tech Times
Mouthwash Kills Mouth Bacteria But May Increase Risk For Diabetes
Tech Times
Mouthwash kills bad breath-causing bacteria in the mouth but too much use was linked to higher risk for diabetes and prediabetes. How can use of the antibacterial fluid cause these metabolic disorders? ( Kjerstin Michaela Haraldsen | Pixabay ...

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