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This crossword puzzle was inspired by this week’s news and podcast reports. Play along with us to test your knowledge and comprehension on topics we post Monday-Friday.
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Everyone needs some cholesterol. Too much is bad for your health and can put you at risk for heart disease. Approximately 1 in 3 Americans (over 100 million) have high cholesterol. These tips will help give you some ideas on how to get your cholesterol where it needs to be. You should check with Your Doctor before embarking on any …
The RIO 2016 Paralympic Games were highly successful in terms of exciting sport, high ticket sales, full stadiums and great TV coverage
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Researchers have found that type 2 diabetes patients who are also living with stable coronary artery disease (CAD) have better outcomes if they receive a combination of …
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Every Friday we spotlight low-carb recipes you might want to try and this week we're exploring the delicious possibilities of roasted cauliflower!
I am well aware that there are some people who “don't like” cauliflower, so let's just have that conversation. If you've tried roasted cauliflower and still didn't like it, then okay, you might be a confirmed cauliflower hater. BUT, if you've never been that fond of cauliflower but you haven't had roasted cauliflower, I beg you to give one of these amazing Low-Carb Roasted Cauliflower Recipes a try!
Roasting cauliflower brings out a sweetness and nuttiness that other cauliflower preparation methods just can't produce. And there is none of that unwanted smell that's sometimes associated with cooking cauliflower; cauliflower roasting in the oven smells amazing.
And just in case you need one more piece of evidence that roasted cauliflower really does taste fantastic, when I was checking out roasted ..
Welcome to the 30 Day Low Carb Diet ‘Ketosis Plan’. You can use the plan as a guide to help get you started on your way to a low carb diet I am not a physician, nor do I claim to be a weight management expert, so please consult your physician before starting this or any diet or exercise routine. …
This year marks the 25th anniversary of two American Diabetes Association® signature fundraising events—Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes® and Tour de Cure®.
Every dollar raised at these events supports people living with diabetes and funds our life-changing research and programs.
The “25 Legends” blog series highlights personal stories from some of the Association’s most dedicated walkers and riders who are affected by the disease.
Summer 1973: I had just finished the eighth grade. I was a little nervous but very excited at the prospect of starting high school and a new chapter in my life. But little did I know just how much my life was going to change over the next few months.
Ever since I was a young adult, I have always spent a great deal of time outdoors. I especially loved going on walks and bike rides with my dad because they felt like a fun adventure. Suddenly, however, they became a different kind of adventure—as we needed to search for places to stop so I could quench my eve..
Most Americans pack on extra pounds by eating the wrong foods. Changing these poor eating habits is the key to long-term weight loss success. Knowledge – along with the right food – is the key. Safe weight loss of about two or two-and-a-half pounds a week – painlessly should be Your goal. You’ll feel satisfied and more energetic than in …
When country singer Ben Rue isn’t on the road, you can sometimes find him working with kids who have type 1 diabetes, sharing stories about overcoming the challenges that come with the disease.
“Just today, I got a note from …
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Video relay service (VRS) service launched in Canada to empower Deaf and Hard of Hearing community with tools to communicate and provide greater independence