Diabetes runs in my family. My mom lost a sister and a brother due to complications from diabetes and I’ve been on the “watch list” for a while. It seems to be a problem on the rise so Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital will be offering a no charge diabetes screening on Saturday, Nov. 8.
You see couples fight on TV all the time and often the spat involves throwing food! Better to throw it than eat it when angry, because a new study reveals that arguing with a spouse can increase your risk for obesity.
Earlier this week on the Morning News we talked about an upcoming Alzheimer’s disease summit with training for family caregivers and professionals. We heard how it can change patient personalities and how families can really be shaken by the deterioration process. As the third greatest killer of Washingtonians it only makes sense to look everywhere possible to find a cure and maybe that means even to the orchards.
I have been known to hold the occasional grudge a little longer than I should but eventually I come around to “letting go”. How about you? How easily do you forgive people? A new study reveals that being a forgiving person probably means you're a mentally healthy person.
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