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That's a good thing because there is a tall stack of research supporting the health benefits of eating whole grains, which include preventing the risk of stroke, diabetes and heart disease and helping with weight management.
The fatness of Americans accelerated and so has the incidence of Type-2 diabetes.
The alarming scenario also includes a shortage of medicines for treating severe diseases like cancer, diabetes and high blood pressure, and for containing outbreaks of contagious diseases, such as malaria and diphtheria.
Underlying conditions like anemia, hypertension, diabetes and obesity seem to be more prevalent among Black women.
According to researchers, women with fertility problems have a 10 percent increased risk of dying earlier than their counterparts — as well as a heightened risk of death by breast cancer or diabetes.
Arsenic, a naturally occurring metal, can cause cancer and skin lesions and has been associated with developmental effects, cardiovascular disease, neurotoxicity and diabetes, according to the World Health Organization.
Come get a flu shot, have your blood pressure checked, or attend a talk on topics such as healthy eating, balance and fall prevention, or living with diabetes.
Arsenic exposure from drinking water and food can cause cancer and skin lesions and has been associated with developmental effects, cardiovascular disease, neurotoxicity and diabetes, according to the World Health Organization.
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