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Up to one in five individuals with type 2 diabetes may not benefit from a supervised exercise regime...
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Satiety cues can be tricky to learn when you have fluctuating blood sugar, but certain supplements m...
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Adding a gram of turmeric to your breakfast may help prevent the memory impairment that can occur in...
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A study from the University of Georgia suggests that coffee may help to prevent insulin resistance a...
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CenturyLink field, home of the Seattle Seahawks, will be lit up in blue on Nov. 14 in recognition of...
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Research has long suggested that proximity to food makes an individual more likely to eat it. A new...
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Along with gallbladder surgery and appendectomy procedures, laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery is o...
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A common blood pressure drug, verapamil, was shown to completely reverse diabetes in animal models,...
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A new software update for Apple's Health app is designed to fix accuracy problems in the app's track...
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Supplementing your diet with extra-virgin olive oil or nuts could help reverse metabolic syndrome, a...

 
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