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In the News - Eyelid Surgery and Carbon Monoxide
The following are actual headlines published recently:
DID STEROIDS CAUSE DIABETES? Philly.com
You heard the man, Charlie! Did it? Put down the 50-pound dumb bells and answer the question!
CARBON MONOXIDE MAY HELP WITH DIABETES St. Louis Post
There's just one small problem.
SUN CUTS RISK OF DIABETES AND HEART DISEASE Coventry Telegraph
You want to end up like your brother? No? Then get back outside and don't let me see you back in here until your back is the color of the stop sign.
ALOE VERA TREATS DIABETES Express Buzz
Dad? I feel sticky.
'BEAV' TALKS ABOUT COPING WITH DIABETES Deseret News
"Uhhhhhhh, hey Beavis! You have diabetes! Uh huh huh huh"
"Shut up, Butthead!"
EYELID SURGERY MAY HOLD KEY TO DIABETES CURE Chosun Ilbo
Oddly, not one patient has yet to enroll in the clinical trial.
DIABETES DISHES FOR EVERYONE CBS News
20-piece fine bone china dinnerware set, regularly priced at $179.99, now on sale for only $99.99. White dinner plates, salad plates, soup bowls, cups and saucers, elegantly accented with grey ribbons and drops of blood.
MARIJUANA MAY TREAT DIABETES Fox News
[knock, knock, knock] Charlie! I don't know what you're doing in there, but you better be smoking your pot! You're over 300!
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION HELPS DIABETES Medpage Today
"Daddy, can I put the fork down now? My finger smells like burnt toast."
"Just a couple more pokes into the toaster, Charlie. These ketones aren't going to get rid of themselves."
Have a great holiday weekend everyone! May you enjoy plenty of sun, carbon monoxide, steroids, aloe vera, marijuana and electrical stimulation.
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