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Potawatomi Traditional Gardener Promotes Growing Healthy Foods To Prevent Diabetes
A Prairie Band Potawatomi traditional gardener educates others through his work with the National Diabetes Prevention “Return to a Healthy Past” Program Originally published in the...
Don’t Lose Sight of Diabetic Eye Disease
Courtesy of the National Eye Institute Thousands of American Indian adults are at risk of losing their vision as a result of complications from diabetes All people with diabetes, b...
Cherokee Nurse Practicioner Runs 100 Miles to Fight Her Diabetes
As a nurse practitioner at Tahlequah’s W.W. Hastings Hospital, Cherokee Nation citizen Lori Enlow knows the toll chronic illness can take on a person...
Marty Two Bulls, ‘Diabetes?’
'Through the Eyes of the Eagle' Exhibit Promotes Traditional, Healthy Foods
Beansin Baskets (Photo courtesy of TOCA - Tohono O'odham Community Action) A traveling exhibition to raise awareness of type 2 diabetes prevention among American Indians is touring...
State-of-the-Art Dialysis Unit Serves Diabetes Patients on the Pine Ridge Reservation
It’s called Mni Wiconi, the water of life, and it is the name of a rural water system that transects the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota...
Preventative Cardiologist: Wheat is Addictive and Causes Weight Gain
Wheat stimulates the appetite, causes blood sugar to spike and leads to excessive weight gain, argues Dr...
Diabetes Raises Risk of Alzheimer's and Dementia
A recent study by Japanese researchers reveals that diabetics are more than twice as likely to develop Alzheimer’s disease, and they are at increased risk of developing some form o...
Montana Diabetes Conference to Close the Gap Between Research and Practice
At a conference on diabetes prevention and care in Helena, Montana, nationally recognized faculty will introduce healthcare professionals and students to evidence-based medicine, t...
Creighton to Assess Use of Talking Circles for Diabetes
The Creighton University School of Nursing has been awarded a $207,000 two-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to study diabetes type II among adult members of two tr...
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