Foreclosures, Taking A Toll On Our Health A new wave of home foreclosures is predicted to hit the U.S. One wonders what toll this resulting stress might play on Laguna Beach and its health? According to Danielle Purcell, owner of Team Laguna, Laguna Beach currently has 56 homes in pre-foreclosure, 82 homes are up […]
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Diabetes falls into the ranks of a dangerous terrorist arriving in strength and numbers on our shores. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates one in 10 of us currently suffer from type two diabetes and a quarter of us don’t know we have it. The CDC goes on to predict one in only three of us could have diabetes by 2050.
Diabetes is where glucose builds up in the bloodstream due to its inability to enter into the cells where it belongs. How does this happen? Insulin is a hormonal key unlocking the cell wall allowing the glucose to pass through and become fuel. Insulin in diabetics no longer opens that door, leaving high levels of glucose flowing through the blood where it can damage blood vessels of organs.