Most obese U.S. city moving from fat ...

Most obese U.S. city moving from fat to fit

There are 5 comments on the TheBostonChannel.com story from Dec 11, 2012, titled Most obese U.S. city moving from fat to fit. In it, TheBostonChannel.com reports that:

Diagnosed last year with diabetes, the Rev. Dan Henley point-blank refused the medicine his physician initially suggested to regulate his out-of-whack blood sugar.

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HumanSpirit

Fort White, FL

#1 Dec 11, 2012
Just about every person associated with diabetic medication knows of the weight gain associatenwith the use. Obesity is a medication use problem and not the socially engineered problems of lack of exercise or the common couch potato syndrome pushed as an excuse. Couch potatoes are a product of pharmaceutical mind drugs prescribed by the Mental Health Industry who has no medical model. No evidence based medicine. No test for chemical imbalance of the brain. The Mental Health Industry is based on hearsay with no science. It was dream of the Republican ALEC under the Bush Sr presidency to control the population. The side effects after death and violence from use has always been obesity. The use of Statin drugs (Lipitor, Baycore, simastatin drugs) had a political intent of memory loss and muscle atrophy and other side effects to reduce voting registration and the use of the Republican vote itself. It was a better surefire way of securing the Republican vote then the State redistricting that went on.

“Steps To Success”

Since: Dec 12

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#2 Dec 12, 2012
Our Diabetes Education & Management organization(Steps To Success) just created a new program for the uninsured & under-insured to help with the high cost of diabetes testing supplies. Our Economy Program comes with between 50-200 test strips monthly, a bunch of Steps To Success merchandise and unlimited access to our Certified Diabetes Educator. We also have non-monthly test strips available in bulk and a la carte(up to 300 strips at a time!!) The meters we offer are the True Balance, Prodigy Autocode and the Bayer Contour Next EZ. You get a free meter when you purchase 150+ test strips! AND always, SHIPPING IS FREE!
HumanSpirit

High Springs, FL

#4 Dec 12, 2012
steps2sorg wrote:
Our Diabetes Education & Management organization(Steps To Success) just created a new program for the uninsured & under-insured to help with the high cost of diabetes testing supplies. Our Economy Program comes with between 50-200 test strips monthly, a bunch of Steps To Success merchandise and unlimited access to our Certified Diabetes Educator. We also have non-monthly test strips available in bulk and a la carte(up to 300 strips at a time!!) The meters we offer are the True Balance, Prodigy Autocode and the Bayer Contour Next EZ. You get a free meter when you purchase 150+ test strips! AND always, SHIPPING IS FREE!
Bayer...Wasn't that a company started during WWll.
Anonymous

Addition Hills, Philippines

#5 Dec 12, 2012
This is an interesting article, it can help us be more aware of how diabetes can affect our lives and how we should take care of our body.
Sheik Yerbouti

Pennington, NJ

#6 Dec 13, 2012
HumanSpirit wrote:
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Bayer...Wasn't that a company started during WWll.
Bayer was started in the 19th century in Germany and marketed heroin in the 1890's and early 20th century.

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