Diabetes Overview: What is Diabetes?




Diabetes is often mentioned as one of the major health problems in the United States.  Current estimates show that 57 million Americans can be considered to be pre-diabetic. But for all the press it generates most people would probably not be able to explain exactly what diabetes is.
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How Do I Help My Loved One with Alzheimer's Remember Better?



Tips on helping a loved one with Alzheimer's remember better.
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Study: Vitamin B12 May Help Ward off Alzheimer’s


People who consume lots of foods rich in vitamin B12, such as fish and fortified cereals, may be at lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease than people who take in less of the vitamin, a small study conducted in Finland suggests.
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5 Reasons You Shouldn't Eat Lunch at Your Desk

Busy days, hectic schedules, and long hours at the office have us trying to fit in as much productivity during the workday as possible. Naturally, scarfing down lunch while you work is an easy solution, but it may not be the best idea for your sanity, productivity, or health.
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Folic acid pills don't protect heart

Folic acid supplements have long been thought to have potential heart benefits, but a large new study suggests that they don't lower the risk of heart attacks or strokes.
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