HealthPartners Institute’s International Diabetes Center staff are committed to educating people about diabetes. They recently answered KSTP-TV viewer questions and anchor Megan Newquist interviewed IDC’s Dr. Anders Carlson about the latest diabetes research.

Answering the most common questions about diabetes

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Looking to get a “healthy glow” for spring break? You’re going to want to rethink that.

Should I get a ‘base tan’ before my beach vacation?

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Good to know...with all the revelry expected tomorrow. ☘

Drinking and cold: a recipe for disaster

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Some of strange items our doctors have pulled from kids’ noses:

✔ Crayon wraps
✔ Peas
✔ Stickers
✔ Band-Aids
✔ Beads
✔ Watch batteries

Your child put something in their nose. Now what?

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Good things to know with spring break coming up.

What should I do if I get sick while traveling?

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How you can eat better, even when fresh produce isn’t in season.

Can fruits and veggies be better for you if they’re canned or frozen?

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Mary Brainerd, who is retiring in June, advocated for the mentally ill.

HealthPartners CEO made a difference in Minnesota

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Women make up the majority of the medical workforce, working in medical offices, hospitals, and at health insurance companies. Women also dominate health care as consumers, decision makers for their families. But they are less visible in the corridors of power.

When Will We See More ‘Shes’ in the C-Suite?

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Most people will recover quickly after fainting.

What happens to your body when you faint?

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When was the last time you "de-germed" your phone? Yes, that's a thing.

Keeping your phone germ-free

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Our colleagues had a great time helping 2,500 students and parents explore career possibilities at the Independent School District 196 STEM Fair! The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates there will be more than 9 million jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by 2022– and opportunities in health care make up a lot of those. Our organization has proudly participated in...
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For the second time in two years, the Minnesota Wild are down a couple of players due to a mumps outbreak.

What are mumps?

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HealthPartners Institute’s International Diabetes Center staff proudly wore their t-shirts and helped raise money for JDRF Minnesota at the annual #JDRFOneWalk. IDC researchers have been instrumental in the development of an artificial pancreas that will help people with Type 1 Diabetes.
Nearly 69 million Americans between the ages of 30 and 74 have a "heart age" older than their actual age.

Do you know the age of your heart?

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From work, to relationships, to the holidays, sometimes it feels like stress is all around us. We know stress isn’t fun, but it can also be bad for your heart, according to a new study.

Small changes can improve overall heart health

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Many LGBT youth say they face discrimination in health care. Our Deb Thorp is aiming to change that.

Minnesota medical professionals work to close health gaps for LGBT patients

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The terrible tummy ache has schools closing and your coworkers dropping like flies.

What is the norovirus?

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