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Contributing WriterMore than 20 million Americans have diabetes, and approximately six million of these individuals don’t know they have it. The best way to prevent a diabetic emergency is to manage the disease through a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky State Police are asking for help finding a missing local man who was last seen with the suspect in a double murder committed Monday in Danville. Trooper Frank Thornberry said the mother of Clint Disken, 31, formerly of Harrodsburg, contacted...
Tags: Diabetes, Murder, Missing Persons, Prescription Drugs
When I was just a young boy growing up in the mountains of eastern Kentucky, it was customary in our house after dinner, to scrape your dinner plate off into a pot on the stove. From a very early age, it was one of my many chores to take the pot from...
Last week I talked about the many reasons affecting and causing non-compliance with respect to pet owners failing to medicate their pets properly. Certainly, the more pet owners understand about their pet’s disease or condition helps them become...
Tags: Diabetes, Health, Insulin Injections, Pancreas, Human Body
With some new display features at the third annual Diabetes Walk and Health Fair on Saturday, several Clark County organizations are teaming up to encourage a proactive approach to diabetes education and treatment. For the first time, the event will...
A¿year after being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, a George Rogers Clark High School sophomore has adjusted to life with daily sugar checks, insulin shots and carb counting. And now, she has hopes of starting a support group for other youths with...
email@example.comMORELAND - A woman was found dead Saturday of apparent drowning in a Lincoln County pond. Lincoln Deputy Coroner Tony Floro said he pronounced Tammy Toadvine Johnson, 48, dead at about 7:45 when her body was removed from a pond on property at 2874...
Tags: Diabetes, Lakes and Ponds
firstname.lastname@example.orgWalk in, show an ID, choose a team, answer a few questions, have some blood drawn, eat pizza and cookies, then go home. If you can do that, you can save a life this week by participating in the seventh annual Battle of the Badges blood drive. "It'...
WGN NewsTargeting auto immune disease. Scientists are sending in nanoparticles stocked with ammunition to stop the assault on the body. The tiny particles may help make a big difference for patients with MS. Stephen Miller, PhD, auto-immune researcher,...
HealthThe past two months have brought us a delicious smorgasbord of weight loss news, and perhaps the most intriguing finding this: your grill could be making you fat. This piece of sad news comes to us from researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New...
A stranger approached a cluster of women laughing and chatting at an Annapolis coffee shop and politely inquired what type of group was having so much fun. "One that you don't want to join," answered 55-year-old Sally Ring, setting off another wave of...
CW33 NewsAt his heaviest Mark Shacklett tipped the scales at about 375 pounds--then he lost weight and that's when his Type 2 diabetes really flared up. That's when Baylor-Irving Dr. Douglas Cluff decided to check Marks testosterone level. "Low and behold,&...
Tags: Diabetes, Testosterone, Obesity, Weight Loss
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