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  • Eating a healthy diet can help prevent diabetes —a chronic, incurable disease that's reaching epidemic proportions. Here are five ways to lower your risks . According to the National Institutes of Health ...
  • ... foot ulcers, gangrene, nasty open wounds — the harsh side effects of diabetes that can lead to amputation and a grim reality of a ...
  • ... sugar go high. It's true that blood suger rises after eating even for people who don't have diabetes . But carbohydrates ... taking diabetes medication. Unfortunately this may not always be true. Diabetes is a progressive disease, and there are ...
  • It may be difficult to wrangle the whole family around the dinner table every night, but studies show that children benefit from ... lead to adolescents having less depressive symptoms, lower rates of substance use, and lower rates of school delinquency. I ...
  • ... Islanders from 1997 to 2011, and that group now shows the same rate of diabetes as the county's adult population as a ... no insulin; Type 2, where the body's cells resist the effects of insulin; and gestational diabetes , which occurs during ...
  • ... have to pay a gym membership." Study after study shows obesity is reduced when the infrastructure is improved: living near a ... where there is already an abundance — on the West Side . In 2007 for example, L.A. City Council District 11 in West L.A., ...
  • A positive side effect of Obamacare. ... no longer go into medical school seeing as being a doctor may not be the crazy moneymaker it once was? And will not having those greedy ... on a customer satisfaction score that patients send off after a stay. (Think: Yelp for hospitals.) And, as we all know, there's no ...
  • ... El Cid is celebrating its 50 years of Flamenco dinner shows after decades of many transformations and traditions ... curtains, illuminated by dusky dark red lights pull to the side of a raised stage as the red brick building is filled with the ...
  • Think LA's Citywalk is an amusement park or an "idealized reality" of city living? ... the graveyard shift, which meant patrolling the mall after hours, fixing everything from frayed wiring to replacing busted ... The Grove, which opened in 2002. As much as CityWalk may have riffed off of Disneyland's Main Street, The Grove was a more perfect ...
  • ... the imposing title " A Spatial Hedonic Analysis of the Effects of Wind Energy Facilities on Surrounding Property Values in the ... either during the planning and construction phases or after the turbines go into operation. None of the properties examined ...

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