Decline in Diabetes-Related Complications

Decline in Diabetes-Related Complications

“These findings show that we have come a long way in preventing complications and improving quality of life for people with diabetes,” said Edward Gregg, Ph.D., a senior epidemiologist in CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation and lead author of the study. “While the declines in complications are good news, they are still high and will stay with us unless we can make substantial progress in preventing type 2 diabetes.”

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Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

Murder for Life Insurance – The Black Widows

On April 18, 2008, Helen Golay 78, formerly of Santa Monica, California, and Olga Rutterschmidt 75, formerly of Hollywood, California, were convicted of the murders of two homeless men—Paul Vados in 1999 and Kenneth McDavid in 2005. According to reports, Golay and Rutterschmidt staged Vados and McDavid’s deaths to appear as hit-and-run accidents in order to collect on multi-million dollar life insurance policies they had taken out on the men and became The Black Widow…

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Life Insurance 101 – The Facts You Need to Know

Life Insurance 101 – The Facts You Need to Know

There are just certain basics about life insurance that you should know but may be unsure of what to ask. It’s just a plain fact. Most of us don’t like to face up to the subject of our own deaths, but death is an integral part of a human life. In order to protect our families, we need to give at least some thought to the subject of where life insurance fits into our legacy….

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