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How Much Do You Weigh Now... Compared To Then? The Ugly Tale Of The TapeAmerica likes big. But one area where bigger isn't better is your waistline. And a new study has some hefty new numbers.
Study Examines Efficacy Of Common Diabetes DrugsA doctor at the University of Colorado Hospital is recruiting Type 2 diabetes patients for a study of the efficacy of common diabetes drugs.
Thousands Hit The Street To Stop DiabetesDiabetes is nearly an epidemic in America but there is a concerted effort to stop diabetes. Thousands of people hit the streets on Saturday in hopes of wiping out the disease for the Step Out Walk & Run to Stop Diabetes.
Denver Company Gets 'Moving' For 'Step-Out: Walk To Stop Diabetes'A patient with diabetes will face medical costs of more than $13,000 a year. The American Diabetes Association is working to stop diabetes, and fundraising is a key part of the fight.
Hit The Streets To Stop Diabetes With The 'Step Out Walk'Diabetes is nearly an epidemic in America but there is a concerted effort to stop diabetes.
Woman Who Inspired Barbara Davis Center For Diabetes Back To HelpThe woman who inspired the creation of the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes when she was a child has returned to help find a cure for the disease.
Artificial Pancreas Offers New Hope For DiabeticsResearchers are getting closer to perfecting an artificial pancreas which may offer new hope for Coloradans living with diabetes. The device takes the guesswork out of managing the disease.
Colorado Researchers Look At Obesity On Cellular LevelHundreds of Colorado moms and their babies are taking part in a comprehensive study that looks at how obesity develops in babies.
Tour De Cure Raises Money, Awareness Of DiabetesThe American Diabetes Association hosts the Tour de Cure to raise much needed money and awareness of diabetes in Colorado.
Rep. DeGette Unveils Legislation To Tackle The Diabetes 'Epidemic'The number of Coloradans being diagnosed with diabetes has doubled in the last 20 years, and minority communities are especially at risk. Now Congress might take action.
Colorado Aims To Reduce Diabetes, Costs For Medicaid ClientsColorado health officials are launching a diabetes prevention campaign for people covered by Medicaid, a state and federal health care program for low-income residents.
'Get Fit Don't Sit' Campaign Designed To Get People MovingBeing sedentary is a health issue, serious enough that Wednesday was designated national "Get Fit Don't Sit" day.

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