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Spam Increases Diabetes Risk Two-Fold in American Indians
January 31, 2012
A new study reveals American Indian who frequently ate processed meat in a can, known as "spam," had double the risk of developing diabetes compared to those who ate little to none...
Limb Amputations of Diabetes Patients Decreased
January 27, 2012
The number of leg and foot amputations among U.S...
'Let Them Eat Cake!'—A Paleo Dieter Argues Bread-Heavy Comfort Food Is a European Construction
January 20, 2012
“Let them eat cake!" is a phrase famously attributed to Marie Antoinette during the French Revolution (1789-1799) in response to the lack of bread during a great famine, when the p...
Worth Posting Again: Native Family Turns to Its Roots to Combat Poor Health and Food Addiction
January 17, 2012
In light of celebrity chef Paula Deen's announcement on the Today Show that she has type 2 diabetes, Indian Country Today Media Network would like to draw attention to one Native f...
Paula Deen Announces She Has Type 2 Diabetes, Cooking Not to Blame
January 17, 2012
Unfortunately, a high-profile celebrity chef has come down with diabetes from eating foods Native Americans know are wrong...
Two American Indian Academics Examine the Media Slant as the Diabetes Crisis Looms
January 15, 2012
There was no word for diabetes in traditional Native languages when the Europeans arrived on this continent...
National Obesity Conference to Focus on Increasing Healthy Foods and Environments
January 09, 2012
It’s no secret that childhood obesity is soaring, especially among Native American children...
U.S. News & World Report Ranks DASH Diet as Best for People With Diabetes
January 05, 2012
Children’s Books Teach Diabetes Awareness
December 26, 2011
“Mr. Eagle, what is wrong with you?” the little boy Rain That Dances asks the great eagle when he comes across the bird sitting on a stump...
A Deadly Duo: New Research Shows Two of the Leading Killers in America Might be Linked
December 14, 2011
"We know there’s a link,” says Heather Snyder, senior associate director of Medical and Scientific Relations for the Alzheimer’s Association ...
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NIH Recruits Natives for Long-Term Diabetes Drug Efficacy Study
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