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ECU physician honored by NC Diabetes Advisory Council
 
Remarks by President Trump on Protecting Seniors with Diabetes
 
After 20 years in diabetes research, Dr. Shannon Wallet believes that the key to addressing Type 1 diabetes is to understand the immune system processes that lead to the disease.
After 20 years in diabetes research, Dr. Shannon Wallet believes that the key to addressing Type 1 diabetes is to understand the immune system processes that lead to the disease.
 
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has selected seven organizations across the state to receive federal funds to promote healthier living through better nutrition and increased physical activity in the communities they serve.
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has selected seven organizations across the state to receive federal funds to promote healthier living through better nutrition and increased physical activity in the communities they serve.
 
Beaufort County Community College's Beau-Fitt program is gearing up for its second annual health fair on May 15
Beaufort County Community College's Beau-Fitt program is gearing up for its second annual health fair on May 15
 
Dr. Jeffrey Gibson, a family medicine physician, joined Vidant Multispecialty Clinic - Belhaven, located at 598 W. Old County Rd., on Feb. 6. Gibson joins the team of local doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses who have years of experience caring for patients in eastern North
Dr. Jeffrey Gibson, a family medicine physician, joined Vidant Multispecialty Clinic - Belhaven, located at 598 W. Old County Rd., on Feb. 6. Gibson joins the team of local doctors, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and nurses who have years of experience caring for patients in eastern North
 
The draw of community college is not always about finding a job.
 
As flu season approaches, state health officials encourage North Carolina residents to protect themselves by being vaccinated against the flu.
As flu season approaches, state health officials encourage North Carolina residents to protect themselves by being vaccinated against the flu.
 
Dr. Catherine Cabungcal, a board certified internal medicine physician, joined Vidant Internal Medicine - Washington on Dec. 28.
Dr. Catherine Cabungcal, a board certified internal medicine physician, joined Vidant Internal Medicine - Washington on Dec. 28.
 
Smiling Faces Child Care Center stands like a beacon in rural Martin County, its clean, white siding contrasting with the deep green of the soybean fields around it.
Smiling Faces Child Care Center stands like a beacon in rural Martin County, its clean, white siding contrasting with the deep green of the soybean fields around it.
 
With support from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health (DPH) and other partners, the North Carolina Diabetes Advisory Council (DAC) will release the inaugural publication North Carolina's Guide to Diabetes Prevention and Management 2015-2020 on
With support from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health (DPH) and other partners, the North Carolina Diabetes Advisory Council (DAC) will release the inaugural publication North Carolina's Guide to Diabetes Prevention and Management 2015-2020 on
 
A sore toe brought Roanoke Rapids resident Macon Reavis to his doctor's office in 1996 - the year he was diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic.
A sore toe brought Roanoke Rapids resident Macon Reavis to his doctor's office in 1996 - the year he was diagnosed as a Type 2 diabetic.
 
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that Novo Nordisk Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc., will create approximately 700 jobs at a new bio-manufacturing facility in Johnston...
Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III, and the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) announced today that Novo Nordisk Pharmaceutical Industries, Inc., will create approximately 700 jobs at a new bio-manufacturing facility in Johnston...
 
Right after breakfast on the final day of Camp Needles in the Pines, the director led 75 young campers in a rousing rendition of the camp song, complete with hand motions and foot stomping.
Right after breakfast on the final day of Camp Needles in the Pines, the director led 75 young campers in a rousing rendition of the camp song, complete with hand motions and foot stomping.
 
When seventh-grade science teacher and East Carolina University alumnus Tim Hardison learned his fellow Martin County residents had the shortest life expectancy in the state, he wanted to know why. So he dug a little deeper and discovered his rural, economically challenged county also had...
When seventh-grade science teacher and East Carolina University alumnus Tim Hardison learned his fellow Martin County residents had the shortest life expectancy in the state, he wanted to know why. So he dug a little deeper and discovered his rural, economically challenged county also had...
 
Because temperatures are reaching dangerous highs this time of year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health is encouraging people with diabetes to take extra precaution to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.
Because temperatures are reaching dangerous highs this time of year, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services' Division of Public Health is encouraging people with diabetes to take extra precaution to maintain healthy blood glucose levels.
 
The renewal of a private funding source for research at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine will support work related to diseases that most impact the lives of eastern North Carolinians.
The renewal of a private funding source for research at East Carolina University's Brody School of Medicine will support work related to diseases that most impact the lives of eastern North Carolinians.
 
People who exercise following bariatric surgery gain health benefits beyond weight loss, according to researchers at East Carolina University, the University of Pittsburgh and Florida Hospital - Sanford-Burnham Translational Research for Institute and Diabetes Institute.
People who exercise following bariatric surgery gain health benefits beyond weight loss, according to researchers at East Carolina University, the University of Pittsburgh and Florida Hospital - Sanford-Burnham Translational Research for Institute and Diabetes Institute.
 
In the U.S. today, about one in 10 people have diabetes. In eastern North Carolina, the percentage is higher, with some counties having nearly one of six people with the disease.
In the U.S. today, about one in 10 people have diabetes. In eastern North Carolina, the percentage is higher, with some counties having nearly one of six people with the disease.
 
As the holiday season approaches, a multidisciplinary health care team at East Carolina University is helping patients balance celebration with self-care through a new cooking series called "Eat Right Now!"
As the holiday season approaches, a multidisciplinary health care team at East Carolina University is helping patients balance celebration with self-care through a new cooking series called "Eat Right Now!"
 
Drs. David Brown and S. Raza Shaikh have very different scientific skill sets. They might never have met if not for a multi-disciplinary research group based at East Carolina University.
Drs. David Brown and S. Raza Shaikh have very different scientific skill sets. They might never have met if not for a multi-disciplinary research group based at East Carolina University.
 
Three years ago, East Carolina University's Kim Walters donated a kidney to her husband, Dean, whose own kidneys failed after almost 30 years with diabetes.
Three years ago, East Carolina University's Kim Walters donated a kidney to her husband, Dean, whose own kidneys failed after almost 30 years with diabetes.
 
A new space for collaborative medical research and robotics training was lauded by East Carolina University officials this week as a visionary project at the heart of the university's mission and talents.
A new space for collaborative medical research and robotics training was lauded by East Carolina University officials this week as a visionary project at the heart of the university's mission and talents.
 
East Carolina University has received a grant of $450,000 to help people with type 2 diabetes and related depression or distress manage their illnesses.
East Carolina University has received a grant of $450,000 to help people with type 2 diabetes and related depression or distress manage their illnesses.
 
At a small medical practice in the Duplin County town of Wallace, one diagnosis tends to stand out."Diabetes is rampant in eastern North Carolina," said Dr. Mott Blair of Vidant Family Practice-Wallace. "Sometimes it seems like every patient you see has diabetes."
At a small medical practice in the Duplin County town of Wallace, one diagnosis tends to stand out."Diabetes is rampant in eastern North Carolina," said Dr. Mott Blair of Vidant Family Practice-Wallace. "Sometimes it seems like every patient you see has diabetes."
 
Judy Van Dorp, Manager of Lifestyles Medical Fitness Center, will be the guest speaker at the January 26th Diabetes Support Group meeting held at Chocowinity Family Care.
Judy Van Dorp, Manager of Lifestyles Medical Fitness Center, will be the guest speaker at the January 26th Diabetes Support Group meeting held at Chocowinity Family Care.
 
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