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10 ways to save money on a gym membership

With a little planning, you can save big bucks on just about anything―even a gym membership. Here are 10 ways to get into a gym without spending a fortune. 1. Wait for the off-season January is not the best time to join the gym. Everyone has "exercise more" near the top of their list of new ye...

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Insulin? A pump? What's next for your diabetes treatment?

Life with diabetes is a lot of things, but it's never boring. The minute you think you've got it all down, something changes. Since many of us tend to resist change, and a change in your self-care routine can be downright scary, here's some food for thought. What's on your mind? Write it...

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Is it depression? Recognize the signs.

For many people, the holidays aren't filled with joy and laughter. A few hectic weeks of parties and family get-togethers can dredge up old feelings of anger, regret, stress or loneliness. It's no wonder that the end of the year makes people feel blue. But is it depression? Here's how to tell. Ar...

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14 delicious ways to enjoy autumn vegetables

We can't get enough of autumn vegetables and the warm, savory recipes they inspire. Soup, appetizers, roasts—it's all here, including some lesser-known veggies we hope you'll try. Turn up the heat with this curried broccoli couscous packed with protein. Smother lightly roasted Brussels sprouts with vinegar-glazed red onions, and garnish with chopped hazelnuts if you like. Kohlrabi may look weird, but its root cooks beautifully in a roast along with creamy butternut squash. Cauliflower rice is one of the most creative uses of a cauliflower we've ever seen. Pulverize...

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Amore

Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier. - Mother Teresa It's the season of amore. So let's create some love! What better way is there to feel loved than to give love to other people? Pen some praise. It's easy to turn to social media when someth...

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5 great reasons to get back on your bike

Going for a ride used to be so easy—you'd just grab your bike and your helmet (depending upon what year you were born) and go. There's no reason that has to change. In fact, jumping on your bike again can be beneficial for your body and your mind. Here's why. It makes you more attractive. Acco...

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​Every day is "take your diabetes to work" day

​It's one thing to manage diabetes at home, where you have supplies, privacy and control over your life. But what about caring for yourself at work? Diabetes is a 24/7 proposition. Even if you aren't monitoring your blood sugar levels multiple times a day, out-of-range numbers can leave you feeli...

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Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) symptoms and treatment

You may recognize the feeling—feeling hungry, dizzy, sweaty or just a little bit "off." These signs of hypoglycemia, or low blood glucose, mean it's time to take action. What causes low blood sugar? For most people, low blood glucose refers to anything below 70 mg/dL, although your number may be different.1 Low blood glucose can be caused by taking too much medication, not having enough to eat or exercising. Don't be too hard on yourself, though. Just focus on getting your blood sugar back in range, then consider what might have caused it to help prevent it next time. Low blood sug...

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