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Italian Food: Aglio! (That's Garlic)
Italian cooking is less garlicky than many think, though it does play a vital roll in Italian kitchens, and there are some tremendous exceptions to this generalization.
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Longevity: Diabetes – Manage Diabetes with Tai Chi
Tai chi may help manage diabetes. People with diabetes who took part in Tai Chi classes showed improvement over a 3-month period. Find out how Tai Chi could help improve diabetes control.
Lupus: Steroid-Induced Diabetes – What is Steriod-Induced Diabetes
Steroid-induced diabetes in lupus patients can be the result of long-term corticosteriods, which are often used as a treatment option for lupus patients, as they reduce inflammation and affect the immune system. Steriod-induced diabetes is a related condition to lupus.
Nutrition: Nutrition - About Nutrition and Diet
Nutrition and diet information, calorie calculator, grocery shopping tips, water calculator, and advice on healthy foods.
Oprah: Thursday, February 4, 2010 Oprah Show Recap - Dr. Oz, Dr. Ian Smith and Bob Greene Talk Diabetes Thursday, February 4, 2010 Oprah
Thursday, February 4, 2010 Oprah Show Recap - Oprah invited Dr. Oz, Dr. Ian Smith, Bob Greene, and Art Smith to talk about Diabetes, pre-diabetes, prevention, treatment, and share recipes that can help start a path to a healthy lifestyle.
Panic Disorder: Panic Disorder - Article
Article document index for the About.com Panic Disorder GuideSite.
PCOS: PCOS - Coping with PCOS
Coping with PCOS can be difficult. By educating yourself on the various treatment options and ways to deal with unwanted symptoms, you can gain control over the disease and your life.
Pediatrics: Symptoms of Dehydration
Review the signs and symptoms of dehydration in children.
Physical Therapy: Diabetic Foot Care
Foot care is especially important in people with diabetes. Foot inspections looking for cuts and redness should be performed daily.