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HealthKey.com contributorThe saying, "What you don't know can hurt you" couldn't be any more accurate if you or a loved one has diabetes. Due to misconceptions and a lack of knowledge about the disease, "Diabetes doesn't get the respect it deserves," said Richard M. Bergenstal,...
Tags: Insulin, Diabetes, Health, Physical Conditions, Internists
AP Medical WriterAlas, here's more proof that most people have habits that aren't very sanitary—and sometimes can be plain disgusting. For a study, medical students secretly watched hundreds of people cough or sneeze at a train station, a shopping mall and a...
KIAHOhh, to be in love!! Those barefoot walks along the beach, those long stares into each other's eyes, but for some couples bliss becomes a bore. You can go from "I do" to "I need a lawyer." in a few years. A new survey suggests a prenuptial agreement is...
HealthKey.com contributorThe holidays are packed with traditions, and many involve food, family and fun. But living a vegan lifestyle doesn't mean you have to sacrifice your taste buds for delicious, festive food! Eat, Drink and Be Vegan At the heart of veganism is a respect...
Tags: Spaghetti, Family, Mushrooms, Lifestyle and Leisure, Pecans
Albany Times UnionWhy did Moses spend 40 years wandering in the desert? Because he wouldn't stop to ask for directions. Research indicates that men tend to seek help less often than women, and this includes the underuse of medical and mental health services. Harris...
Tags: Diabetes, Family, Health, Hospitals and Clinics, Heart Disease
Sentinel Staff WriterMany Americans don't know how overweight they are. About a third of overweight Americans think they're at a healthy weight for their height, according to a new poll released today by Harris Interactive, a market research firm. And 70 percent of obese...
Chicago TribuneU.S. drivers say they are talking and texting less while driving then they did a year ago as they become more aware of the risks, according to a new survey. Four out of 10 drivers who admit to texting behind the wheel say they do it less often than...
Tags: Cell Phones, Chicago Tribune, Columbus
KickingTiresDrivers are using their mobile devices less than they did last year because they've learned of the risks associated with such behavior, according to a distracted driving survey conducted by Nationwide Insurance.Twenty percent of the drivers surveyed...
Sentinel Sports Now - Orlando SentinelOrlando is officially cooler than all the aforementioned cities says a Forbes poll. According to the website, over 2,100 adults across the United States were polled by the market research company Harris Interactive to gather their opinions of the...
FOX40 NewsFour out of five teenagers in the 21st Century are armed with a technological device that could ruin their lives and land them in jail. According to Harris Interactive, 17 million teenagers in the United States carry a cell phone device capable of taking...
Tags: FBI, Health, Entertainment, Television Stations, Laws
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