The body’s circadian rhythm has more of an effect on glucose tolerance than one’s eating and sleeping patterns, a study shows.
Laser device detects blood glucose levels without the finger-prick
Finger-prick tests to monitor blood glucose levels can be the bane of a diabetic's life. In a move that could put an end to such tests in th
Family of missing Toronto woman Kit Currie seeks answers | Toronto Star
Currie, 50, was last seen on Aug. 14 getting on her bicycle in downtown Toronto.
A Four-Day Work Week Could Cure What Ails Us, Says U.K. Study
Raise your hand if you've done one of these things in the past month: sat for longer than four hours in a row, had lunch at your desk, or wo
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Shining a bright light into the dark corners of the shadow-world of literary scams, schemes, and pitfalls. Also providing advice for writers
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The other day I posted this tweet:
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So yea, you know how the left brain is really realistic, analytical, practical, organized, and logical, and the right brain is so darn creat
Patient Story: Chordoma, Diet, Optimism and Star Trek
Star Trek's premiere in 1966 coincided with my high school years and I, Sally G, have been a fan of Roddenberry's vision ever since. As a fr
Replacing Regular Purchases With One-Time Purchases
Going to the grocery store is an exercise in frustration. Why? Almost everything you buy there is consumable. You buy it. You eat it or use