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atchisonglobenow.com — Hormones that cause glucose production are released during the night or early morning hours. It is similar to an internal alarm clock to get the body ready for daytime activity. For those with type 2 diabetes, they may not have enough insulin to counter the glucose activity.

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atchisonglobenow.com — Add 2 tablespoons of your favorite salad dressing to the bottom of the jar. *Add a layer of "hard" vegetables, such as carrots, cucumbers, broccoli and radishes. These vegetables protect the layers from getting soggy. *Add cooked beans or brown rice next. *Add protein such as canned tuna, hard-cooked eggs, leftover roasted chicken or other protein.

Challenges of breast cancer different for women under 40

wcsh6.com — SOUTH PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER)-- It is estimated that nearly 13,000 women under the age of 40 will be diagnosed with breast cancer in the US this year. People diagnosed that young face a very different set of challenges than do those who are older. Rebecca Vincelette knew it, the minute she felt the lump.

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atchisonglobenow.com — Folate-reduces risk of heart disease, dementia and neural tube defects. *Vitamins A and C-reduces risk of heart disease and certain cancers, and protects eye and skin health. *Vitamin K-essential for bone formation and blood clotting *Potassium-maintains healthy blood pressure *Rutin-strengthens capillary walls *Inulin-a food source for the good bacteria in large intestine Asparagus is known as a natural remedy that can help relieve indigestion and act as a mild laxative and sedative.

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atchisonglobenow.com — But experts caution parents about making mealtimes stressful. Well-meaning parents can often do more harm than help by forcing their children to eat-even if it's nutritious foods. So what're parents to do when their children won't eat? The best thing, really, is to just relax and follow these tips: *Be patient if your child want to eat the same food over and over.

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atchisonglobenow.com — Side effects vary from something as simple as a slight rash on your arm to more complicated issues such as unrelenting daytime sleepiness or periodic unsteadiness accompanied by balance problems. Medications that make a person tired, disoriented or unstable pose the greatest jeopardy.

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atchisonglobenow.com — Keep all eggs, raw and cooked, refrigerated. Discard dirty or cracked eggs. *Store eggs in the main compartment of the refrigerator, not the door. *To make hard boiled eggs, put eggs in a single layer of a saucepan. Add water to cover the eggs at least one inch.

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atchisonglobenow.com — Food & Nutrition, FNP Treating Your Body like A Computer If your body were a computer, would it be receiving lots of "error" messages? It is beginning to run slower and take long to "start?" Here's a checklist to help optimize your performance and prevent crashing. Are you running too many programs at once?

EUROPE WEEK 2016 Photo Gallery

belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu — The Future of Diplomacy Project held its annual Europe Week during February inviting influential practitioners and experts on European affairs. Their public discussions offered Harvard Kennedy School students and faculty a unique opportunity to grapple with the intractactable geopolitical issues at play in Europe concerning NATO, the EU migration crisis, German leadership, and the rise of European populism.

Conversations in Diplomacy: Kori Schake and Douglas Alexander

belfercenter.ksg.harvard.edu — In this installment of "Conversations in Diplomacy," the Future of Diplomacy Project's Executive Director, Cathryn Clüver, is joined by Kori Schake, former U.S. Deputy Director of Policy Planning and Research Fellow at the Hoover Institution, and Douglas Alexander, former UK Shadow Foreign Secretary and Senior Fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project.
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