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NIDDK Jul 2
Dr. Bergenstal of discusses the ways can serve as a much better tool for understanding how to effectively manage diabetes than the A1C test.
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NIDDK Jul 2
Pregnant women need about 250 micrograms of iodine a day. Good sources of iodine are dairy foods, seafood, eggs, meat, poultry, and iodized salt.
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NIDDK Jul 1
On the , Dr. Bergenstal of discusses the latest clinical targets for people with who use and how meeting these targets can improve diabetes management.
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NIDDK Jul 1
Symptoms of may include - nervousness or irritability - fatigue or muscle weakness - trouble tolerating heat - trouble sleeping - shaky hands - rapid and irregular heartbeat and more.
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NIDDK Jun 29
For staff and informed by staff, NIDDK’s new anti-harassment program includes a wide variety of resources for all NIDDK. Learn more about how NIDDK fosters a culture of , , and .
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NIDDK Jun 29
Keeping track of foods, drinks, and physical activity can help motivate you to make choices. Consider using an online app or our sample food diary and activity log to get started.
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NIDDK Jun 27
This , get information from about the importance of viral suppression for persons living with and where you can get tested.
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NIH Jun 26
will host a pre-application webinar for -UP funding opportunities TODAY 6/26 at 2 p.m. EDT. The new program will fund innovative testing ideas for those disproportionately affected by the virus.
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Center for History of Physics Jun 25
X-Ray crystallography is very useful in medical research, but it does come with one big caveat - the thing you're studying has to be crystallized! Dr. Robert Tycko of discusses the benefits of NMR for medical research in his AIP :
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NIDDK Jun 25
NIDDK is a lead institute guiding and supporting , an NIH Common Fund Program.
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NIDDK Jun 25
How can you enjoy your favorite foods while on your healthy living journey? Tune into this week's for tips from yoga instructor and men's health advocate Matthew Lyons.
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EDI 365 Jun 23
Join us for a Twitter chat on Thursday, 6/25 at 12:00 PM ET to discuss internship opportunities with Dr. Sharon Milgram, Director of , and a proud member of the LGBTQ community. Discuss learning opportunities and inclusivity here at the . Join by using !
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NIDDK Jun 25
Prescription medications to treat overweight and obesity work in different ways. Learn more about who they're for, benefits, and concerns.
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NIDDK Jun 24
The plan outlines a bold framework to answering key questions about nutrition and healthy eating, recognizing differences for people of different ages or sizes, and across food environments and microbiomes.
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NIDDK Jun 24
Explore interactive stories about pathogens and pathogenic disease using touch gestures or a Merge Cube Device through application, PathogenAR. Download the free app at
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NIDDK Jun 24
It is possible to stick to your plan when ordering takeout or eating out! Try these tips.
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NIDDK Jun 23
Replying to @TheEndoSociety
I had the pleasure of joining with my colleague, Dr. William Cefalu, to speak about our strategic planning process and what’s next in and . -GR
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NIDDK Jun 23
We want to hear from you! Learn more about NIDDK’s Institute-wide strategic plan and how to share your comments, suggestions, and innovative ideas in the latest NIDDK Director’s Update.
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NIDDK Jun 23
When you're on a healthy living journey, it's important to remember not to give up. Treat yourself sometimes, aim for moderation, and focus on the overall journey.
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NIDDK Jun 22
A can prevent or delay diabetes, kidney and heart disease, and more. But it’s challenging to break bad food habits. Learn how to handle setbacks on this week's .
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