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Theismann Says 'Redskins' Honors Natives
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"Popo" Eruption Rattles 25-Mile Radius
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Documentary 'Regaining Food Sovereignty'
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Gray Rejects Plea Over Hickory Ground
Radnor Red Raider Mascot No Longer Red
Oneida Nation Presents Check
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Downing Sugary Drinks Raises the Risk of Heart Disease—Even in Skinny Women
November 14, 2011
Women who drink sugary beverages on a daily basis may be raising their risk of heart disease—regardless of whether the scale reflects their poor diet choice, reported MSNBC ...
DKMAI Author Speaks Out Against Obesity & Muffintops!
November 14, 2011
Here's Gyasi Ross, author of Don't Know Much About Indians , taking a stand against obesity. Check out his site, DKMAI.com .
ADA Recognizes Innovative Approaches to Diabetes Treatment and Prevention in Indian Country
November 09, 2011
Several Special Diabetes Program for Indians (SDPI) were recently recognized for their effective diabetes treatment and prevention services in American Indian and Alaska Native com...
Physician Recommends New Diabetes Prevention Paradigm for Expectant Mothers
November 06, 2011
Ann Bullock, MD Dr. Ann Bullock, a member of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe , is an energetic and ambitious physician...
Nike N7’s Sam McCracken Leaves Footprint in Spirits, Hearts and Minds
October 31, 2011
Recapping Nike’s First Annual N7 Sport Summit BEAVERTON, Oregon – The color turquoise wedded with an air of high spiritedness that just about set the Tiger Woods Building to shakin...
Nike N7 Grant Offers Healthy Hope for Diabetes Prevention Among San Carlos Apache Youth
October 26, 2011
Known in the late 1800s as Hell’s Forty Acres because of a plethora of dismal health conditions, Arizona’s San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation is now much larger—and becoming a lo...
Potawatomi Traditional Gardener Promotes Growing Healthy Foods To Prevent Diabetes
October 20, 2011
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
October 20, 2011
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
October 19, 2011
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?’
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NIH Recruits Natives for Long-Term Diabetes Drug Efficacy Study
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