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Sheryl Huggins
Comms Dir. . Contributor . Board. Alum of , , & teaching at . Health fanatic.
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Sheryl Huggins 3h
When you are beyond parched, here's what can happen. "Are You Drinking Enough Water? These Are the Health Risks of Dehydration" My article for .
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Sheryl Huggins 14h
Replying to @AaronMSanchez
They have a no-slacks policy for ladies.
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Sheryl Huggins 14h
Replying to @AaronMSanchez
I waited by the phone all evening for you to call.
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Sheryl Huggins 14h
Replying to @AaronMSanchez
I hit the carriage return by mistake.
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Sheryl Huggins 18h
Replying to @EverydayHealth
Thank you for letting me share my story on EH, but also what I’ve since learned about nutrition & as a journalist. I still watch carbs & portions, sweeten my ☕️ w/ a little 🍯 each morning & otherwise avoid food/drink w/added sugar.
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Yamiche Alcindor Jan 14
How dare you type “many black people have no interest in journalism.” Where is your evidence? Your conversation with yourself in your bubble of ignorance? Please get educated and realize exists because black people are interested in and highly qualified at journalism.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 14
Looking to ditch sugar in 2019? Here's how I did it 5 years ago, and never went back.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 13
Replying to @DrJasonJohnson
Totally worth your time!
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 13
Replying to @TerenaBell
😂 Sorry! 🥤
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 13
Someone just warned me that my new obsession with sparkling water - unflavored- could lead to bone loss. This explains their confusion: “...cola beverages have phosphorus, which can increase the loss of calcium from the body through the kidneys.”
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 12
Here’s a little context: “According to Matthews’s live stream, she said quit her unhealthy habits when she found out that she was pregnant with her first child. “
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 12
(Edited tweet) This bacterial skin infection is often misdiagnosed or overdiagnosed. "Cellulitis Mimics: Is It Cellulitis or Something Else?" is my article for .
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 12
This bacterial skin infection is often misdiagnosed or overdiagnosed. My latest for : "Cellulitis Mimics: Is It Cellulitis or Something Else?" is my article for . @UCSF_IC
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 11
I think you didn’t read the article. It addresses electrolyte imbalance.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 11
It’s not for everyone. According to my reporting people with diabetes who require insulin, those with kidney disease or a history of kidney stones, as well as individuals with a history of eating disorders are among those who should avoid the diet.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 11
Dieting by the method for a ? Hold on. Read my article for on the calorie-strict/nutrition-permissive weight loss plan for the pros and cons.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 10
Many happy returns of the day! 🎂🎁🎈
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McSilver Institute Jan 10
Has a transit crisis really been averted with Cuomo's plan to scuttle the in NYC? gets into it.
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Sheryl Huggins Jan 10
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