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CDC Reports Alarming Trend: Diabetes Rates Rising in Kids

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CDC: Diabetes Rates Rising in Kids, Teens
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

A new report shows the incidence of diabetes is increasing among young people in the United States. About 208,000 people under the age of 20 are living with diabetes, increasing their risk for health problems and complications.

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New Drug Delivery System Could Get Meds to the Brain

The blood-brain barrier, which protects the brain and spinal cord, makes it more difficult to deliver medication directly to the brain. Researchers are developing a new delivery system that could one help doctors get life-saving drugs to the brain.

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Magnesium Linked to Bone Health

A new study shows magnesium plays a key role in bone fracture risk in older adults. Research suggests adequate blood levels of this essential mineral—along with calcium and vitamin D—can help reduce the risk for fractures associated with bone loss and osteoporosis.

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Health After 50

Just in time for your spring celebrations—try our healthier version of classic carrot cake. It cuts more than 100 calories per slice and is delicious!

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Kids and Grapes: A Dangerous Mix
Berkeley Wellness—Whole grapes pose a particularly high risk for fatal choking in young children, according to a recent report in the Archives of Disease in Childhood.
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