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The Center for Disease Control's recent "Working to Improve the Health of Black Communities: Addressing Disparities in Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease" event provided valuable...

The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation raising awareness among Hoosiers

Approximately 37 million Americans are affected by diabetes – a disease that occurs when blood glucose levels are too high – according to the...

Sharing insulin probably more common than you realize

In the parking lot at Genesis Plaza in the Martindale-Brightwood neighborhood is a simple venture with the potential to save lives. It’s a “nalox-box,”...

‘Falling through the cracks’: Long-term disparities in diabetes care

Dr. Arjun Sinha specializes in kidney care at IU Health and the VA Hospital. Oftentimes, he said, patients in end-stage kidney disease — of which diabetes...

Type 1 diabetes vs. Type 2 diabetes: What’s the difference?

There are two main forms of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. People with Type 1 diabetes don’t produce insulin. It’s a genetic disorder that...

Boyd: The bitter side of sugar

Sugar ain’t sweet. That’s a lesson I learned as a child when I heard adults discuss the seriousness of having “sugar.” I later learned sugar...

Exposure: How COVID-19 Amplifies Healthcare Inequities in America

The third installment of "COVID and the Black Community," a weekly online community conversation series, co-hosted by New America and the Recorder, and featuring local...

Exposure: How COVID-19 Amplifies Healthcare Inequities in America

The third installment of "COVID and the Black Community," a weekly online community conversation series, co-hosted by New America and the Recorder, and featuring local...

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What is stroke?Stroke is a disease that affects the blood vessels of the brain or spinal cord. The most common type of stroke is...

Black entrepreneurs address community health concerns with businesses that focus on wellness

Bad knees forced fitness enthusiast Kendra Blackett-Dibinga to quit her passion of running and training. But those same knee troubles ultimately lead her to...
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