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Ann Arbor company leading early diabetes detection
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CAPTION INFORMATION OcuSciences business manager Erich Heise, left, and Chief Operating Officer Kurt Riegger pose next to the OcuMet Beacon at the Kellogg Eye Center in Ann Arbor on Oct 16. (Photo: Mark Bialek , Special to the Detroit News )Buy …

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MLB Hall of Fame: Pete Rose Thinks He'll Be Inducted One Day; Doesn't Know If
Headlines & Global News
Pete Rose was banned from the MLB 25 years ago by commissioner Bart Giamatti after the league found the all-time hits leader guilty of gambling on baseball. In 1990, the year after Rose was sentenced, the Hall of Fame added a clause to its eligibility
Pete Rose says he believes he'll get in Hall of FameUSA TODAY
Olbermann: Reinstate Pete RoseESPN
Pete Rose: 'I'll get into the Hall of Fame'SportingNews.com
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Twins Died Together From Diabetes, Heart Disease
ABC News
Twins Anthony and Andrew Johnson lived with each other in a quiet neighborhood in Tennessee. One helped treat the other's diabetes. They tended their lawn together, went to the grocery store together and they were found dead together.
Chattanooga twins died of diabetes, heart diseaseThe Detroit News

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MedPage Today
Gout May Be Linked to Raised Diabetes Risk: Study
U.S. News & World Report
FRIDAY, Oct. 3, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Gout, a form of inflammatory arthritis, appears to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes, especially in women, a new study finds. Researchers followed more than 35,000 gout sufferers in the United Kingdom and
Gout-Diabetes Link ConfirmedMedPage Today
Gout Increases Diabetes Risk, Especially In WomenScience World Report
Gout Raises Diabetes Risk: ResearchersNewsmax Health
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CBS News
US diabetes rate levels off, but not for all
CBS News
The total number of people living with diabetes increased an average 0.6 percent annually between 2008 and 2012 while the number of new cases actually fell an average 5.4 percent, researchers for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …
CDC says diabetes rates may show first signs of slowingUSA TODAY
Diabetes Rates Shown Leveling OffWall Street Journal
US rate of Type 2 diabetes stabilizes, CDC reportsLos Angeles Times
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Newswire (press release)
Living With Type 1 Diabetes – a Forgotten Disease
U.S. News & World Report
Type 2 diabetes has become an epidemic, with 28.5 million Americans diagnosed as of 2012 and the number expected to continue growing. Lost in the discussion on how to reverse this mounting problem, however, is the plight that nearly 1.5 million …
New Tips on Diabetes TreatmentNewswire (press release)
High tech diabetes checkNEWS.com.au

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Eating fruits, veggies to manage, prevent diabetes
Midland Daily News
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan is recognizing Fruit and Veggies: More Matters Month by educating families about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables in order to manage and prevent diabetes and other chronic health conditions.
Oakwood offers course for diabetes patients in TaylorSouthgate News Herald

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Another reason to expand Medicaid in NC: Rising cost of treating diabetes
News & Observer
The rate of diabetes here has doubled over the past 20 years. It is the seventh-leading cause of death in the state – and it's more deadly than that for African-Americans and American Indians. By 2025, if this trend continues, diabetes will take many

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UI to dedicate new diabetes research center
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IOWA CITY — Dignitaries from University of Iowa President Sally Mason to Tony Orlando — a 1970s entertainer best known for songs like “Knock Three Times” — will be on hand Saturday morning to dedicate the university's new state-of-the-art diabetes …
UI ready to tackle diabetes with new centerDesMoinesRegister.com
University of Iowa Opens New Diabetes Research FacilityKCRG

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Vail Daily health feature: Diabetes affects millions of Americans who don't
Vail Daily News
Edwards resident Arlene Cordova knew she had a family history of diabetes, but had never been tested for the disease until six years ago, at age 53. After getting her blood tested during a wellness clinic at her job, Cordova discovered she had type 2

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