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Homeless Not Hopeless.

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ShareAccording to a survey conducted in 2007, by the National Law Center on homelessness and poverty, more than 3 1/2 million people in the United States are homeless. A few live in shelters, some bunk on couches, while still others double- and triple-up temporarily with other people in houses or apartments. There are also those who live on the street …

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Ayurveda. No Promises, Cash Advances Or Advertising.

Ayurveda and diabetes

ShareAyurvedic medicine is an Indian holistic practice of treatment that was originated by the Brahmins centuries ago. It is a unique and comprehensive form of healthcare that treats the individual as a whole, rather than isolating and treating individual symptoms. Ayurvedic medicine adapts itself to the individual and can be tailor-made for individual characteristics. Diabetes is mentioned as the eight …

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New Development. Diabetes Mellitus Linked To Inflammation Caused By Obesity.

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ShareResearchers have found a fresh connection between obesity and development of type 2 diabetes — Inflammation related to obesity and endoplasmic reticulum dysfunction. Endoplasmic reticulum is a mini-organ inside cells that plays a key role in the synthesis of many proteins and lipids. Consequently, it helps maintain proper glucose levels in the body and is therefore, very important for the health …

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A Squeaky Wheel Gets All The Oil. Road Trip.

Diabetes and a Road Trip

ShareA road trip is a fabulous way to travel – driving along the coast, stopping at quaint inns, meeting new people and seeing new sights. Having Diabetes Type 2 should not be a hindrance to taking a road trip, but proper planning can help make managing diabetes on the road much easier. 10 essential tips for a road trip- Meet …

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Eggs. Not A Suitable Candidate For Worship.

Diabetes and Eggs

ShareType 2 Diabetes mellitus is increasing in prevalence globally and is becoming a world pandemic. As consumption of eggs is related to the development of some chronic non-infectious diseases, investigations have been undertaken to identify if an increase of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus could partly be related to habits of egg consumption. Researchers found a step-wise increase in risk the …

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