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The Best and Worst Foods for Type 2 Diabetes

Thursday, December 22, 2016 5715 Views

The Best and Worst Foods for Type 2 Diabetes

Following a type 2 diabetes diet doesn’t mean you have to give up the things you love — you can still enjoy a wide range of foods. The best diabetes diet is one that is well balanced and includes a variety of healthy carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. The trick to this balancing act is choosing the right combina ...

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diarrhea-in-infants

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 7434 Views

 

Normal baby stools are soft and loose. Newborns have frequent stools, sometimes with every feeding. For these reasons, you may have trouble knowing when your baby has diarrhea.

Your baby may have diarrhea if you see changes in the stool, such as more stools all of a sudden; possibly more than one stool per feeding or really watery stools.

Causes of ...

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Why do I have frequent headaches?

Wednesday, December 21, 2016 9501 Views

Why do I have frequent headaches?

 

Headaches can be more complicated than most people realize. Different kinds can have their own set of symptoms, happen for unique reasons, and need different kinds of treatment.

Once you know the type of headache you have, you and your doctor can find the treatment that’s most likely to help and even try to prev ...

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What Increases My Risk of Diabetes?

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 11855 Views

What Increases My Risk of Diabetes?

 

There are three major types of the disease: type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. With all three, your body can't make or use insulin.  

One of every four people with diabetes doesn't know they have it. That amounts to about 7 million Americans. Might you be one of them? Read on to see if your risk ...

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What Are the Dangers of Coughing?

Tuesday, December 20, 2016 4428 Views

What Are the Dangers of Coughing?

 

Coughing, while annoying, can be a positive reaction of the body that serves to clear the throat and airways. An acute cough usually is associated with a cold or the flu and typically lasts no longer than two or three weeks. A chronic, persistent cough can be the signal of a more serious medical complication. While the illness ...

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