Type 2 diabetes is a condition that means the body can’t produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar levels. Overtime, unchecked blood sugar levels could hike a person’s risk of developing life-threatening complications such as heart diseases. The blood sugar levels constantly change throughout the day and in the evening. In fact, night time is
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Jade Devis of Rancho Cucamonga, California, was only a few weeks into her pregnancy when she was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer — one that, doctors initially told her, meant that her baby would die if she underwent treatment to fight it. “I did not know how I felt about the pregnancy until I
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Visceral fat, belly fat, muffin top, spare tyre, blubber, or beer belly – whatever it may be referred to, fat stored in the stomach is known as “active fat” and could be extremely dangerous. The main problem with this kind of fat, apart from looking unsightly in most outfits, is that it could be a
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Google gets green light to access FIVE YEARS’ worth of sensitive patient data from NHS, sparking privacy fears Internet giant given medical history, diagnoses, treatment dates and ethnicity  Controversial contract signed by Taunton and Somerset NHS Trust last month Google says it wants to data to teach AI to snuff out diseases earlier than doctors
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Tina O’Brien, 36, has played the character of Sarah Platt in ITV’s Coronation Street since 1999. Tina revealed her secret battle with postnatal depression on Instagram earlier this year. In the emotive post, Tina shared a photo of her daughter Scarlett, who she shares with ex husband Ryan Thomas. Tina revealed her ‘dark days’ she
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Jennifer Garner, 47, posted a video of herself getting a mammogram on Instagram. She said she has a standing date to get a mammogram every October. She also revealed the results of her mammogram on camera. Jennifer Garner is setting an amazing example for women everywhere during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The actress and mom
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The impact of legalizing euthanasia will be devastating on older people, the poor and disabled, according to two University of Otago psychiatrists who are calling on their colleagues both in New Zealand and internationally to oppose the move. Consultant psychogeriatrician Associate Professor Yoram Barak and Senior Lecturer Chris Gale, from the Department of Psychological Medicine,
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Hey, quick question: Have you gotten your flu shot yet? If your answer was "yes," good for you; carry on. If your answer was "no," what are you waiting for?  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that every. single. person. (age six months and older) should get a flu shot before the end of October.
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The company Teufelberger informed about the recall of various climbing and safety of the model designations Braided Safety Blue® with slaice®, Arbor Elite, with slaice® and pottsblitz with slaice®, CEclimb 12 with slaice®ropes. The product warning is reported”.the eu”. As the company informs, there was an incident with the slaice® rope Braided Safety Blue in
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Carl and Kerri Schwartz say they have good medical reason for not vaccinating their disabled 11-year-old son, Thorn, and until recently his local public school went along with their family doctor’s advice. That changed, the Schwartzes said, when New York state did away with religious exemptions for vaccines in the middle of a measles outbreak,
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