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2013-12-28 23:02:58

Reverse Your Diabetes Today is a new and safe diabetes cure that is created by Matt Traverso that claims to help people cure their diabetes quickly. A full Reverse Your Diabetes Today review on the site hynguyenblog.com shows whether this method is reliable to use. (PRWEB) December 28, 2013 Reverse Your Diabetes Today is a newly updated diabetes cure developed by Matt Traverso that claims to help patients banish their diabetes forever. This natural home remedy promises to heal this...

2013-12-14 23:01:03

How The Brain and Body Work Together To Prevent Diabetes article and video describe a two step approach to treating and preventing diabetes. Boston, MA (PRWEB) December 14, 2013 The brain has more influence on the regulation of blood sugar and development of diabetes than was initially known. These findings could help curb the dramatic spread of diabetes, which if left untreated, is projected to affect nearly 35% of the population by the year 2050. Since discovering insulin nearly 100...


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Diabetes (journal)
2012-05-12 21:44:48

Diabetes is a peer-reviewed medical journal published since 1952 by the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes is a separate journal from the journal Diabetes Care, which is also published by the ADA. Diabetes covers research about the physiology and pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus, including any aspect of laboratory, animal or human research. Emphasis is on investigative reports focusing on areas such as the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications, normal and pathologic...

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Word of the Day
caparison
  • A cloth or covering, more or less ornamented, laid over the saddle or furniture of a horse, especially of a sumpter-horse or horse of state.
  • Clothing, especially sumptuous clothing; equipment; outfit.
  • To cover with a caparison, as a horse.
  • To dress sumptuously; adorn with rich dress.
This word ultimately comes from the Medieval Latin 'cappa,' cloak.
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