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Diabetes and Arthritic Pain Free Agent

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Share Don’t be a Chronic Pain Sufferer and Get Your Life Back! Landscape gardener , Steven Hitch, believes that the properties of special Silica gels have made him pain free and independent once again. When we investigated, this is what we found. At the age of 63 you’d think that Steven Hitch would start to think about taking life a …

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Famous Diabetics: Rich and Enduring a Life Unfulfilled

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Share http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/j-jayalalithaa-jayalalitha-dead-aiadmk-apollo-ecmo-diabetes-cardiac-arrest/1/829240.html An important lady and a famous diabetic died in India recently. She was only 68. Beautiful, clever, powerful and rich, but even the best medicines in the world could not rescue her. A sad ending to an amazing story of someone who was loved by millions of people. Details of her health were not publicly known until their mention …

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Reform Sugarmonger, Fix Your Addiction

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ShareThere you are, sitting with your eyes closed as Paul McKenna‚ the world’s most famous hypnotist, asks you to imagine how chocolate cake, your favourite indulgence, would taste mixed with cabbage, the food you hate the most. “As you bite into the cake, mix its flavour with cabbage,” he instructs you. “The texture, the taste, is cabbage and there’s some …

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Diabetes, the Multiple Destroyer and Me

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ShareI have been diabetic for almost forty years. The disease/disorder is caused by inadequate or inefficient control of blood sugar by the pancreas, an organ located in the abdominal left side of the human body. Within the pancreas lie tiny islets called the Islets of Langerans, which produce an enzyme called Insulin, which checks blood sugar from getting out of …

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Sniffer Dogs.

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ShareSixty-five-year-old grandmother, Joy Milne, sniffed out people who had Parkinson’s just from the T-shirts they had worn over night. She could identify the patients merely from the scent they left behind as they slept. It all started with the disease developing in her late husband, Les. According to Metro, Milne thought that her ability to sniff out the disease was run of …

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