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Author Topic: Check Yourself Out Today!  (Read 3414 times)

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Check Yourself Out Today!
« on: March 25, 2015, 01:24:58 pm »
Real Health editor in chief Kate Ferguson's latest blog explains why she gets tested for diabetes regularly in her latest blog.

When I was a child, I recall my parents discussing Miss or Mister So-and-So who had a "touch of sugar." At that time, I didn't know that this euphemism meant the person had diabetes. But as I became older and took more notice of those who were described with this phrase, I began to realize that a laundry list of health issues, such as heart troubles, amputations, blindness, kidney disease and stroke were also linked with it.



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