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Advances of exercise with diabetes | Health
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Advances of exercise with diabetes | Health

November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Across the country, communities have teamed up to bring attention to diabetes. This year’s theme is managing diabetes by building your health care team.According to the CDC’s National Diabetes Statistics Report from 2019, in the U.S. alone, 29.7 million people of all ages have been diagnosed with diabetes.Type 2 diabetes is more prevalent than type 1 diabetes, so there is a focus on preventing type 2 diabetes through physical activity and lifestyle changes. Therefore, the public isn’t often aware of type 1 diabetes and its management. Type 2 diabetes is mainly lifestyle-related and can develop over tim...
Katy Perry says eyelid ‘mishap’ was a ‘party trick’ | Entertainment
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Katy Perry says eyelid ‘mishap’ was a ‘party trick’ | Entertainment

Katy Perry says the moment she appeared to get her eyelid stuck during her Las Vegas residency was a “broken doll eye party trick”.The singer, 38, seemed to suffer the glitch on Monday (24.10.22), prompting fans to say she had experienced a “mechanical failure” and joke she had been replaced by a cyborg.Katy shared a clip of the moment on Thursday (27.10.22) on her Instagram, and wrote in a caption: “Welcoming all my #flatearthers #spaceisfakers#birdsarentrealers #skyisntbluers to come see my broken doll eye party trick IRL in Vegas next year! The show’s set list is a fun through memory lane going all the way back to 2008, a time when we weren’t all frozen ...
Nebraska doctors’ group supports preserving reproductive rights | Health and Fitness
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Nebraska doctors’ group supports preserving reproductive rights | Health and Fitness

The Nebraska Medical Association has adopted a resolution supporting the preservation of reproductive rights, marking a shift away from the group’s formerly neutral stance.Technically, the organization, which represents about 3,000 physicians, residents and medical students across the state, adopted three resolutions on the topic last week, said Dr. Daniel Rosenquist, the group’s newly elected president and a family medicine physician in Columbus.Two resolutions support preserving the physician-patient relationship and allowing physicians to provide care while avoiding criminal prosecution, he said.The third, introduced by Dr. Maureen Boyle of Omaha, opposes limitations on access to reproductive health services, including fertility treatments, contraception, abortion an...