Health and Diabetes

Strawberries and Cream

Overnight Oats

It’s human to sometimes wake up with your stomach so empty that it feels like a black hole. And the ...
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Coping with Anger

Coping with Anger

Why Is It Important To Manage Anger?  Whether your little brother scribbled all over your homework or your favorite sports ...
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Hiking 101

Hiking 101

Is Hiking for You? If you enjoy walking and spending time outdoors – both activities which support one’s physical and ...
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Cup of Tea

Caffeine

Everybody has experienced a morning without their coffee, and we all know that those are the worst. We consume it ...
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Two Trees Shaped like Human Faces with Birds in the Branches Flying Towards One Another

Gratitude

Practicing gratitude can sometimes be something easier said than done. You might ask, will writing down three things I am ...
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Seasonal Shopping: Basked of Colorful Vegetables

Shopping Seasonally

What is Shopping Seasonally? Have you ever heard of “shopping with the seasons”? Or seen bright, bold signs at the ...
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Pets and Mental Health

The relationship between humans and animals goes back thousands of years. Archaeological evidence suggests that dogs became four-legged companions over ...
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Vitamin Supplements: What You Need to Know

Every year, Americans allocate over $12 Billion to vitamin supplements, money that many believe can be spent better elsewhere. Approximately ...
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Milk, Yogurt, and Cheese

Calcium

Calcium; We all need it to keep our bones strong and healthy, to aid muscle and nerve function, and to ...
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Fiber and Diabetes

Fiber can help control your blood sugars, clean out your GI tract, and keep you fuller longer. Most adults need ...
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Diabetes and Obesity Prevention

Cut your risk for type 2 diabetes in half! Are you: 18 years of age or older? Have a history ...
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Cooking Class – 12/16/21

Join the SAHRC for our first-ever cooking class! We will show you how to prepare a healthy meal that you ...
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Artificial Sweeteners May Not Be as Sweet as They Seem

Craving something sweet, but shouldn’t have sugar? Thinking a sugar-free dessert or soda will hit the spot? Maybe. Here’s the ...
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Resources from Humana

Did you know that Humana has a monthly calendar full of resources to help you learn more about health?! With ...
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May

Here we are.... 5 months since everyone made those resolutions. 5 months since those infamous get fit goals. and in ...
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April Showers Bring May Flowers

According to the ADA, April is Physical Activity Month! Of course here at the Research Center we are thrilled! We ...
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Marching into March

Can you believe its March already?!?! OH MY GEEZERS!! I feel like we just rang in the New Year and ...
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New Year, New You

Happy New Year!!!! What a wonderful year we have planned! With every New Year comes the infamous, NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION!! ...
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Dinning Out

You know that feeling when you're exhausted from work? It has been a long day. You're exhausted from work and ...
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MyPlate. YourPlate. We all scream for MyPlate!!

Source: https://www.choosemyplate.gov/ Do you remember the MyPyramid? How well do you know MyPlate? Do you know who sponsors MyPlate? MyPlate ...
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Sugar, Azúcar

Sugar: this sweet substance that we crave. We add it to coffee and tea. It comes in packs, bags, bottles, ...
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Ketacidosis

Ketoacidosis is a life-threatening condition in which your body doesn’t make enough insulin. This can cause you to have dangerously ...
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Fat versus Muscle??

Which weighs more a pound of rocks or a pound of feathers? Neither! They weigh the exact same!! both weigh ...
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Juvenile Diabetes Versus Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes is a scary word; it means there is an insufficient amount of insulin being produced by the pancreas. So ...
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Carbs: Are they a friend or foe?

CARBOHYDRATES!!!!!! Are they our friend? Why do so many people refuse to eat them? Are they vital to my wellbeing? ...
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Most Important Meal

Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day? One of the most controversial topics is whether or not ...
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