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Resveratrol in Red Wine May Help Reduce Arterial Stiffness in Diabetics Says Research

If you haven't been hiding under a rock, you've heard about the wonderful effects of resveratrol, aka red wine, to your health. Now, research...

A Fitness Tracker and a Glam Accessory in One

Say goodbye to gigantic watches that will never fit your day to day outfits or running shoes that you only wear when you're working...

Want to Know Your Blood Sugar Levels After a Meal? Download an App

If someone can predict what your blood sugar levels will be after having a meal, wouldn't it help you a lot as a type...

Wonderful Walnuts – Weight Loss and Improved Cholesterol Levels Among the Perks

A new study published in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that a diet containing unsaturated fats, such as those found in...

Drinking Vinegar Before Bedtime Helps Control Diabetes Says Study

Have type 2 diabetes? A study suggests that you take vinegar before bedtime and it impacts waking glucose concentrations in a good way. Acetic acid,...

Exercise Benefits in a Pill For Those Who Cannot Move – Almost a Reality

If you have long dreamed of reaping the rewards of exercise, but unfortunately, you are not able to move let alone stand, worry no...

Winter Fitness Tips So You Look and Feel Awesome Come Spring

Anyone who has heard the phrase, "Winter is coming," should get a tad bit worried about continuing their fitness regimen.

How to Help Your Children Stay Healthy and Avoid Diabetes

If you are a parent of children aged 8 to 12 that have type 2 diabetes, then this article will be able to help you with getting your children to engage in physical activities and consume a healthy diet.

Diabetes and the Flu – Tips for Staying Your Healthiest this Season

Protecting yourself from the flu, especially if you have diabetes, is crucial. Complications are more common in people with diabetes than in others

Important Tips for Diabetics: Taking Good Care of your Feet

When you have diabetes, it means that your extremities, such as your feet, get less blood, which translates to numerous possible health problems. The worst of which is amputation.