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diabetes.webmd.com — “A simple blood test that measures long-term glucose levels -- the hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) test -- may not be the best way to diagnose diabetes in adolescents.” View full resource at diabetes.webmd.com
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takingcareofthefolks.com — “1. Breathe deeply. Use your diaphragm when breathing. Straighten up your body as if it were being pulled from the center of your head. Take a deep” View full resource at takingcareofthefolks.com
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conditions.healthguru.com — “Sometimes, regardless of your lifestyle changes, you may still have high cholesterol levels. If that's the case, it may be time to consider taking a statin.” View full resource at conditions.healthguru.com
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nytimes.com — “An experimental drug that works in a novel way to lower cholesterol proved even more effective than statins and had few side effects, according to newly released data.” View full resource at nytimes.com
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