• Advocacy Update: Diabetes Research and Programs Funding

    Advocacy Update: Diabetes Research and Programs Funding

    This spring, Congress finally increased funding for diabetes research and prevention programs. The Special Diabetes Program, which supports type 1 diabetes research and type 2 diabetes prevention programs in Native communities, was funded through September […]

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  • A Conversation with Crystal Woodward and Dr. Fran Cogen: Part 3

    A Conversation with Crystal Woodward and Dr. Fran Cogen: Part 3

    Recently, our Safe at School Director, Crystal Woodward, got the chance to chat with Fran Cogen, MD, CDE, Director of Diabetes Services and Interim Co-Chief of Pediatric Endocrinology at Children’s Hospital. Dr. Cogen’s practice serves […]

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  • Government Affairs & Advocacy Newsletter Update: July 2018

    Government Affairs & Advocacy Newsletter Update: July 2018

    Introduction from LaShawn McIver, MD, MPH Dear Advocates, What a busy year 2018 has been so far! In this summer’s Advocacy Newsletter, I’m excited to share updates from our teams in Federal Government Affairs, State […]

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  • Your Rights, One Voice: The Bemis Family’s Story

    Your Rights, One Voice: The Bemis Family’s Story

    Our daughter Nora was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when she was two years old. While her diagnosis was initially a shock, over time, life with diabetes has become second nature to us and caring […]

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  • The 10 Most Stressful Jobs—Did Yours Make the List?

    Think your job is stressful? Try being an urologist. Every job carries a certain level of stress—but the most stressful jobs undeniably take a greater toll on workers than low-stress jobs do. Some people are […]

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  • Lili Reinhart Opened Up About Her Struggle With Body Dysmorphia After Fans Criticized Her Recent ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Comments

    Body dysmorphia affects people of every shape, age, and size, which is why we’re so glad Riverdale actress Lili Reinhart is speaking out about her experiences with the disorder and taking internet trolls to task. […]

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  • Fitness Expert Anna Victoria Shares Photo of Her Arm Cellulite: ‘Stop Thinking You’re the Only One’

    This article originally appeared on People.com.  Fitness influencer Anna Victoria is known to speak honestly about her body, and now she’s opening up about her cellulite. Victoria, co-founder of the Fit Body Guide, took to […]

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  • Is There a Limit to How Long Humans Can Live? A New Study Suggests There Isn’t

    New research has revived one of the longest standing, and biologically fundamental, debates in the life sciences: Is there a set limit to how long humans can live? The study, published in the journal Science, […]

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  • This Woman’s Bold Message About Thigh Gap Wins Summer

    As a teen, Mary Jelkovsky was obsessed with having “thigh gap”—upper thighs so thin, they didn’t touch and instead had space between them. These days, the 20-year-old wellness influencer knows that thigh gap is unrealistic. But after she […]

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  • Why July Is the Most Dangerous Month To Go Swimming

    Just in time for swimming season, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a new report on disease outbreaks associated with swimming in rivers, lakes and oceans. Between 2000 and 2014, public […]

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