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The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan will be offering a “My Choice My Health” diabetes prevention program at Spectrum Health Zeeland Community Hospital.
The National Kidney Foundation of Michigan (NKFM) is recognizing African American History Month in February by spreading awareness about the increased risk of diabetes and kidney disease in African Americans, and the importance of health management to prevent and manage these health issues.
January is the start of a new year, and a time when many people make New Year’s resolutions to be healthier.
The holiday season can be a difficult time for managing and preventing diabetes, from holiday gatherings to football playoffs it makes it hard to stick to a healthy diet because of all the unhealthy foods that are readily available.
National Kidney Foundation of Michigan Raises Awareness about Taking Action Now to Manage and Prevent Diabetes During National Diabetes Month
Macomb Township toddler gets donated kidney  By Gina Joseph
The Diabetes Partners in Action Coalition will gather supporters for the Michigan Diabetes Awareness Month Capitol Event on Thursday, November 12 from 9:30 to 10 a.m. at the State Capitol Rotunda.
Octavia Smith, Inkster resident, has been serving her community for several years now and was recently awarded the 2015 Community Health Worker Extraordinary Service Award at the Spectrum Health Eighth Annual Community Health Worker Conference.
As cooler temperatures approach in Michigan, it can sometimes be more challenging for people to get motivated to exercise outside. For people with diabetes and those at risk, physical activity is essential in managing your health.
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