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School of Public Health Study Finds Coffee Lowers Risk of Diabetes
Harvard Crimson
A study released by the Harvard School of Public Health has confirmed a direct relationship between the amount of coffee a person drinks and a lowered risk for type 2 diabetes. According to the study, those who increased their daily coffee consumption
Drinking a lot of coffee could help prevent diabetesQuartz
Drink Up: More Coffee Could Lower Diabetes RiskNBCNews.com
Increasing Coffee Consumption May Ward Off DiabetesMedical Daily
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New Jenny Craig Program Effective Against Type 2 Diabetes, Study Shows
Huffington Post
A new kind of Jenny Craig diet formulated specifically to help people manage their Type 2 diabetes has demonstrated its effectiveness in a new clinical trial — so much so, that the commercial weight-loss company launched a new program based on the …
Weight loss plan better than usual diet for diabetes patientsReuters
Community-Based Weight Loss Program Aids Diabetes ManagementUCSD Medical Center
Avoiding type 2 diabetesKSAT San Antonio
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Missouri wins College HOF Classic in Kansas City
MLB.com
"The origin of this game had to do with people who are supportive and recognize the importance of the college game within the whole context of baseball," said Hall of Fame executive vice president of development Jana Howser, daughter of the late Royals …
Tigers Walk Off Against Wichita State In 5-4 Win At Kauffman StadiumMissouri Sports Redux

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5 signs you should get tested for Type 2 diabetes
The Oregonian
If you're among the lucky, you're getting older. Sure, your eyesight and hearing might not be as sharp as they were in your youth, or you might be a little grouchier. The question is, are those changes normal or might they be signs you should get
Low Blood Sugar & Heartbeat in People With DiabetesWebMD
Vaughn fights off diabetes while chasing his dreamWBNG-TV
Low Blood Sugar May Affect Heartbeat in People With DiabetesPhilly.com

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Low Blood Sugar & Heartbeat in People With Diabetes
WebMD
This study's findings may help explain why a large-scale study found that very tight control of blood sugar levels in people with type 2 diabetes led to higher-than-expected death rates. It may also help explain why some otherwise healthy people with
5 signs you should get tested for Type 2 diabetesThe Oregonian
Low blood sugar may affect heartbeat in people with diabetesMedical Xpress

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Bill Nicholson, Ron Santo, Eddie Collins among best of their eras
Chicago Sun-Times
Cubs third baseman Ron Santo, 1963-69 and 1964-70: With a .380 on-base percentage and .502 slugging percentage from 1963 to 1969, Santo's 53.8 WAR was within 1.7 of leader Willie Mays and 1.1 behind Hank Aaron. One year down the road, his …

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Washington Post
WGN-TV TO AIR LIVE COVERAGE OF “WRIGLEY 100” — WRIGLEY FIELD'S
WGNtv.com
… Kerry Wood (P), and Sam and Spencer Brown (grandchildren of Ron Santo, 3B). The tributes to Wrigley Field will continue throughout the day. Dutchie Caray, wife of the late Cubs broadcast legend Harry Caray, along with many of the day's special
Chicago Cubs, runs, homeruns and hopeChicagoNow (blog)

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Better by leaps and bounds
Kenosha News
In 2004 Grober learned about McKinney's prosthetic devices after his mother read an article in the Chicago Tribune on McKinney's success fitting limbs for Cubs sportscaster Ron Santo. He met with McKinney and was soon fitted with a prosthetic held on

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The K ready for College Baseball Hall of Fame Classic
MLB.com
Billed as "The National College Baseball Hall of Fame Classic at The K," Missouri and Wichita State will converge at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday to represent the Southeastern Conference and Missouri Valley Conference, respectively. Farmland Foods is …
The week ahead in sportsKansas City Star

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Syracuse firefighter with diabetes says 'life has been hell' since he was
The Post-Standard
Syracuse, NY – A Syracuse firefighter with lifelong diabetes is suing after the city fired him for fear he'd put others in danger. John Williams claims the city broke civil service law by forcing him off the job without explanation on Aug. 25, 2011

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