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When Deborah Quesenberry attended the Missouri Baptist Heart Fair in February 2017, she wasn’t expecting to have a diagnosis of a serious health problem.
Living with diabetes can present many challenges, such as knowing how and when to eat, living your life so you can avoid complications, and getting support you want from family and friends. A Better Choices, Better Health-Diabetes® workshop can help you manage these concerns.
Just one day after the opening of the Wound Healing Center at Missouri Baptist Medical Center, its physicians and staff began saving a man's life.
In the United States, 26 million people of all ages are living with diabetes. Another 79 million adults have prediabetes and are at risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
If left undiagnosed or untreated, diabetes can lead to serious health problems such as heart disease, blindness, kidney disease, stroke, amputation and even death. With early diagnosis and treatment, people with diabetes may prevent the development of these health problems.
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With nutritious ingredients like whole-wheat flower, flax seeds and non-fat Greek yogurt, these muffins are as good for you as they taste.
Cauliflower takes the place of rice to help increase your vegetable intake and cut starches. Enjoy this delicious, one-dish meal.
Hearty casserole to satisfy the whole family.
Loaded with fiber and protein, savor this hearty, filling soup.