Type 1 diabetes: Know the symptoms & risk factors
Type 1 diabetes can develop at any age, but it is usually diagnosed in children, teens and young adults.
It is less common than type 2 diabetes – only about 5 percent of people with diabetes have type 1.
According to the CDC, type 1 diabetes is thought to be caused by an autoimmune reaction that destroys cells in the pancreas that make insulin. While there is not a known way to prevent type 1 diabetes, it can be managed.Read the full article
'Dreaming of You' tribute inspired by Selena at White Oak Music Hall
The 4th annual "Dreaming of You" A Tribute Inspired by Selena celebrates Latin culture with art, dance, music and more.
All ages are invited to the event at White Oak Music Hall on June 21 at 6 p.m.
The festival will also feature a Selena Look-a-Like contest, vendors and a special musical tribute to Selena.Read the full article
Ask Mary Jo: Help friend aim higher when dating & help adopted child who's acting out
Hi Mary Jo, I have a friend who keeps dating guys who are going nowhere, how can I encourage her to do better for herself? Liz
Liz, sometimes there is little you can do to help a friend make better choices. We choose people who we feel are at our level and if she continually chooses people that aren’t good for her that may be reflective of how she feels about herself. These suggestions may help her see herself in a more positive light and although she may not follow your advice she’ll know you care.
Hi Mary Jo, We recently adopted my niece from my sister who couldn’t keep them. Lately she is acting out. What do you suggest? TywanaRead the full article
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