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Kickapoo Nation, Located in One of Kansas' Least Healthy Counties, Takes on Fight Against Diabetes
KICKAPOO RESERVATION—When it comes to making healthy food choices in Indian country, Dr. Dee Ann DeRoin doesn’t mince words: “Stop the pop. Skip the chips. Dump the donuts...
Tribal Gaming Linked to Improvements in Indian Health
Indian casino gaming has substantially improved tribal members' income, and in turn their health status and access to health care, according to a new study by the Institute for Res...
Cherokee Nation Diabetes Program Recognized for Successful Retention of Participants
The Cherokee Nation Diabetes Prevention Program has successfully retained 164 of 220 recruited members to help prevent the onset of diabetes in tribal citizens diagnosed as prediab...
A Wound as Small as a Dime: Improper Care Can Lead to Death in Diabetics
For an alarmingly high number of Native Americans , a diagnosis of Type II Diabetes is the first in a series of preventable conditions that result in premature morbidity...
Study: Drinking Coffee May Lengthen Life
Drinking a cup of java three times daily may decrease your risk of dying from common causes...
National Eye Insitute: Make Healthy Vision Last a Lifetime
National Eye Institute
Vision plays an important part in our lives. It enables us to care for our families...
Study: Teens Who Develop Diabetes Will Struggle to Control It
The largest federally funded study on treating diabetes in teens, released Sunday, reveals teens who develop the disease will struggle to manage their blood sugar levels and will p...
Shift Workers Face Increased Risk of Diabetes and Obesity
Working shifts other than the typical 9 a.m. to 5 p.m...
Prevention Interviews Paula Deen on Diabetes, Food Portion Sizes and Giving up Sweet Tea
In her first interview since announcing on the Today Show that she has type 2 diabetes and has known for three years, Paula Deen told Prevention magazine that she did not intend to...
Billy Mills’s New Race
Billy Mills with Cheyenne River Sioux youth on the reservation in South Dakota...
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