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Tips for Better Eye Health

Important tips for keeping your eyes healthy.

Low histamine foods.

Tips for a Low Histamine Diet

Histamine is a protein released by the body in response to an allergen. With chronic idiopathic urticaria, the specific allergen is unknown. So what can you do to lower your risk of inflammation? We show you how food can be the answer.

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Prevention

Superfoods for Chronic Hives Relief

When you’re living with a chronic condition like hives, you want to make sure all those foods you’re eating are helping your body in the best way possible.

Superfoods.
Nutrition

10 Superfoods for Type 2 Diabetes

Have you tried these 10 superfoods that can help keep your blood sugar in check? Learn more about their health benefits and how to add them to your meals.

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Latest AFib Research

Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham reported that people with atrial fibrillation tend to have faster cognitive decline, even among those who have not experienced a stroke.

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10 Foods to Avoid When Watching Your Cholesterol

They may taste good, but these foods may not be the best choice for those with high cholesterol.

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8 Foods That Lower Cholesterol

Millions of Americans take a statin to lower their cholesterol. While these drugs are powerful allies in the fight against cardiovascular disease, many people aren’t aware that diet and exercise can play an important part in reducing cholesterol as w...

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Travel

Tips for Traveling with Diabetes

Taking trips means dealing with a lot of details, especially if you have a condition like diabetes. Here’s how to be prepared before you hit the road.

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Living With

10 Ways To Manage Your Weight with Diabetes

Managing your weight when you are living with diabetes is one of the most important lifestyle changes you can make.

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How Infectious is Hep C?

Hepatitis C is a virus that is passed from one person to another through blood. Hep C can live outside of the body for weeks, so to prevent the virus it’s critical to be aware of the most common ways you could be exposed to items contaminated with in...