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Halloween Tricks to Treat Grown-Ups with Diabetes

With a bit of creativity and planning, adults with type 2 diabetes can stress less about enjoying Halloween with their kids or grandkids.Try these tricks to enjoy a spooktacular holiday that’s less of a fright for your blood sugar levels.

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Should You Start Getting Mammograms Earlier?

Experts agree that breast cancer screening saves lives. But there’s a difference of opinion about the best age to start having mammograms.

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Secrets to a Healthier Mouth

It's National Dental Hygiene Month. Try these tips to up your oral health game.

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