When you think of protein, what are the first foods that come to your mind? Maybe chicken, beef, milk, and eggs? Do you typically think of animal products as the “main” protein sources we should eat? Animal products, whether it Read More
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Diabetes is a group of diseases that result in too much sugar in the blood, or high blood sugar. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), high blood sugar is the seventh highest killer in the United Read More
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Heart disease, diabetes and stroke are the number one, seventh and fifth causes of death for Americans, respectively. Every 36 seconds an American loses their life to heart disease, and every four minutes an American dies of stroke. While there Read More
Oats. It is a versatile food utilized in many breakfast foods/drinks from cereal to oatmeal to even milk. Oats are a cereal grain grown for their seed that we can eat, and so can animals. The bulk of oats grown Read More
The Connections IN Health Team is excited to announce the details of this year’s 2021 Annual Conference: Coalition Resiliency in a Post Pandemic World. During this FREE three hour virtual conference, the Connections IN Health Team and Coalition Members will Read More
Nutrition has, and will continue to be, a major contributor to our health. The food we eat and beverages we drink directly connect to our ability to maintain good health and reduce the risk of chronic diseases all throughout life. Read More
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The Cardiovascular and Diabetes Coalition of Indiana is pleased to announce the launch of Preventing Heart Disease & Stroke – A Training for Community Health Workers. This free online training was created in partnership by the Indiana Community Health Workers Read More
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There are currently 3 million people in the United States living with glaucoma. Glaucoma is the leading cause of irreversible blindness. Having diabetes doubles your odds of developing glaucoma. Protect your eyes and follow the following steps to spread awareness. Read More
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The first week of December is National Influenza Vaccination Week. Influenza is a contagious virus that can come with serious complications particularly for those who have conditions such as diabetes, lung disease, and heart disease. It is estimated that 31% Read More
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Join Connections IN Health and the Indiana State Department of Health in spreading awareness of National Diabetes Month and World Diabetes Day! According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death Read More

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