The Diabetes Risk Factor You May Not Know You Have

We strongly associate being overweight with higher risk of type 2 diabetes. And it’s true that there is a strong link between the two....
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Can Curcumin Really Help Offset the Harms of Too Much Sitting? This Study Says...

Spending too much time sitting down can increase risk of death, even among people who are otherwise active. A Canadian research team analyzed 47...
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Three Researched Health Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Of all the ancient folk remedies, apple cider vinegar may just be the most popular and widely known. Enthusiasts claim that apple cider vinegar...
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It’s Time to Ditch Artificial Sweeteners for Good—Here’s Why

The allure of artificial sweeteners hooks an estimated 180 million Americans. With zero calories and 200 times the sweetness of sugar, artificial sweeteners like...
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Antibiotic Use Linked to Type 1 Diabetes

Could the surging diabetes epidemic stem in part from antibiotics? According to new research, it might. A recent study makes a disturbing connection between...

Experts Believe We Need Taxes and Restrictions on Soda to Protect Public Health

For millions of Americans, soda is their drink of choice, despite the link to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, obesity,...

Did You Know … that One Nutrient Might Heal Most Chronic Conditions?

MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane) has been dubbed a “miracle supplement” because it’s the most biologically active form of sulfur you can give your body, and it...
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A Simple Solution for How to Get Better Sleep

Find out How to Get Better Sleep and Protect Yourself and Your Family from the 
Dangers and Effects of Sleep Deprivation -- "America's Top...

How Fluoride in Your Water May Cause Diabetes

The United States is one of only a few countries to add fluoride to its water, which may be contributing to rising diabetes rates. Recent...
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Lower Your Risk of Type II Diabetes

A far-reaching new study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found a clear connection between a plant-based diet and a lowered...