Cebulskie Acupuncture merges ancient medicine with modern technology | Local

DuBOIS — Bill Cebulskie grew up in a family where his parents believed that “the body was made to take care of its own problems. Sometimes there’s an allergy or a glitch in the body’s healing mechanism and it just needs help to get back on track to function normally again.” That sums up what … Read more

Diabetes: The Exercise Prescription | Health

Every time Natalie Wayne climbs a mountain or goes speed skating, sugar pills are part of her equipment. Wright, who lives in Wakefield, Rhode Island, is a certified diabetes educator, an exercise physiologist, and a self-proclaimed “exercise nut” who happens to have type 1 diabetes. In addition to climbing and skating, she likes to work … Read more

Diabetes is common disease in South Carolina | Lifestyles

ARIANNA DOUGLAS, JANA FARMER, EMILY ORFINGER, CARRA LYONS and MEREDITH DAMMERS Diabetes is a common disease in South Carolina. There were over 32.4 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the United States in 2022. There are two kinds of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 is permanent because the body cannot make insulin, … Read more

A promising new weight-loss drug could be an obesity game-changer for Louisiana. But what will it cost? | Health care/Hospitals

When thousands of health care providers and scientists gathered earlier this month at a diabetes conference in New Orleans, one particular session stood out. Researchers described a new drug that could help someone lose more than 20% of their body weight, amounting to an average loss of 52 pounds over a year and a half. … Read more

Family Life | Lisa Valko | Diet, exercise can help when living with arthritis | Local News

“Today is a pretty good day. Yesterday was a different story … my knees felt horrible.” That’s exactly what my Uncle Ken’s response was when I asked him how he was doing. Does this sound familiar? Do you live with daily pain? According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, one in five adults and one … Read more

Even after COVID-19 calm, state’s medical system is reeling | News

Dr. Jennifer Bryan is a careful observer of Mississippi’s fragile medical system. These days, she sees it existing in a state of limbo, neither in the depths of previous crises nor firmly on the road to recovery. This is not 2019 medicine. This is 2022 medicine,” she told the Mississippi Free Press in a Friday … Read more

Family Life | Lisa Valko | Diet, exercise can help when living with arthritis | News

“Today is a pretty good day. Yesterday was a different story … my knees felt horrible.” That’s exactly what my Uncle Ken’s response was when I asked him how he was doing. Does this sound familiar? Do you live with daily pain? According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, one in five adults and one … Read more

Family Life | Lisa Valko | Diet, exercise can help when living with arthritis | News

“Today is a pretty good day. Yesterday was a different story … my knees felt horrible.” That’s exactly what my Uncle Ken’s response was when I asked him how he was doing. Does this sound familiar? Do you live with daily pain? According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, one in five adults and one … Read more

ASK THE DOCTORS: Eating better and moving more help reduce diabetes risk | Lifestyles

Dear Doctors: Does Type 2 diabetes run in the family? My dad and sister both have it, and I’m worried I’m next. We are a meat-and-potatoes family, and I’ve got a sweet tooth. I want to lose weight and eat healthier. Would a more plant-based diet help? What else can I do? Dear Reader: Yes, … Read more

Ask the Doctors: Eating better, moving more help reduce diabetes risk | Health

Dear Doctors: Does Type 2 diabetes run in the family? My dad and sister both have it, and I’m worried I’m next. We are a meat-and-potatoes family, and I’ve got a sweet tooth. I want to lose weight and eat healthier. Would a more plant-based diet help? What else can I do? Dear Reader: Yes, … Read more