The best way to check your blood sugar

Checking your blood sugar is vital to maintaining your health if you have diabetes. Think of blood sugar checks as snapshots, and the more pictures...
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How to treat hypoglycemia

November 5–11 is Diabetes Education Week, and a great opportunity to explore the condition, which impacts 1 in 4 Americans. We’re kicking off the week...
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Minimally invasive technology at work

When Robert was diagnosed with early stage esophageal cancer, he felt all of the emotions patients experience when they get such unsettling news. But...
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Which massage meets your needs?

Many of us have experienced tense muscles or persistent discomfort and wondered if a set of healing hands could do the trick. But with so many...
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Making the Rounds: Psoriasis

Today is World Psoriasis Day. It’s estimated that as many as 125 million people worldwide suffer from the condition, which often results in a good...
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A possible diagnosis for lower back pain

From busy professionals tethered to their desks to older adults facing frustrating limitations, back pain is everywhere. Ahmer Ghori, MD, explains...
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How to recognize the flu

Flu season has arrived, and won’t really slow down until spring. While many of us think we know how to recognize the common condition, it might not be...
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Correcting a common speech impairment

We’re observing National Stuttering Awareness Day with an informative Q&A featuring Abby Armstrong, MA, CCCSLP, Parkview Wabash Hospital. Did you know...
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The trouble with sleeping pills

When sleep evades us, we’ll do just about anything to settle into a restorative slumber. Often, that means sleep aids. But how safe are these...
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A link between breast cancer and diabetes?

Leigh Ann Brooks, RN, diabetes educator and nursing services operational lead, reveals a surprising connection between two common conditions. When...
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