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Type 2 diabetes: Okra may lower blood sugar

Type 2 diabetes means that a person's pancreas does not produce enough insulin to control blood sugar levels. Over time, uncontrolled blood sugar levels can put a person at risk for life-threatening complications such as heart disease. Fortunately, making simple dietary adjustments can help to regulate blood sugar levels. Evidence suggests that eating okra provides its health benefits. Okra is …

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'It Felt a Lot Worse'

Anna Victoria is on the mend after undergoing an egg retrieval as part of her IVF treatments – but she's still dealing with intense bloating and pain days later. © Anna Victoria / Instagram  Anna Victoria The fitness influencer, 31, had a successful egg retrieval on Sept. 22 that will hopefully help her and her husband conceive a baby. And …

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Damage Damage and Death to Famous Kitchen Makers: Shots

A worker cut black granite to make a countertop. Although granite, marble and "stone engineers" can all produce dangerous silica dust when cut, ground or glossy, artificial rocks typically contain more silica, says a CDC investigation watchdog silicosis. [1945901111] danishkhan / Photos of Getty hide caption toggle caption danishkhan / Getty Images A worker cut black granite to make a …

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Here is The Real Truth About The Troublesome Study of Red Meat

Something almost made with a perfect steak. While it seems like a very simple thing to do – throw some meat on the grill, cook until done – there is an art to getting the right steak that takes humble cow hunting from an annoying dish to a masterpiece. of culinary practice. [19659002] There are few things better than a …

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Spraying for the EEE mosquito virus can begin tonight in Jackson County

GRASS LAKE TWP., MI – More aerial spraying to fight the deadly mosquito-borne Eastern equine encephalitis virus is scheduled, potentially including portions of Grass Lake Township. The state began its spraying on Monday, Sept. 30 ,. with 128,000 acres in the southwest corner of Michigan. More zones are scheduled for spraying on Tuesday, October 1, including portions of Calhoun and …

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Oklahoma County Student Diagnosed In Active Tuberculosis

A person may be exposed to TB bacteria if you spend time with someone with TB. Bacteria are placed in the air when a person has active TB disease of the lungs or coughing of the throat, sneezing, talking or singing. A person cannot get TB from clothing, drinking glasses, eating utensils, handshakes, bathrooms or other surfaces, according to the …

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A 1964 earthquake may produce deadly fungus in the Pacific Northwest

A photomicrograph of liver tissue infected with Cryptococcus. people in the US and Canada. So far, no one has thought about how it got there in the first place. Today a pair of scientists have come up with their own theory: Tsunamis, inspired by a massive earthquake in 1964, flooded the Pacific Northwest forests with fungus-containing water. The yeast-like fungus …

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