Take Care: All About Your Health (November 2011)
The last thing you want on Thanksgiving weekend (besides family squabbles) is bacterial food sickness, right?
So here are some questions to test your holiday food knowledge, with answers from experts below.
1. You just placed the raw turkey in the roasting pan. Your next step is: A. Washing your hands with warm soap and water. B. Setting the oven timer.
Fear and confusion are normal reactions to a new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, says Theresa Truelove, a Champaign-Urbana Public Health District nurse and co-chair of the new Community Diabetes Coalition in Champaign County.
If you or a loved one are dealing with a new diabetes diagnosis, here is some advice from Truelove about what to do next:
Want to check out a career in health care? Parkland College will hold a a free open house Friday (Nov. 11) featuring 14 of its programs that provide training for in-demand health careers.
It will be held from 1-3 p.m. on the main campus at 2400 W. Bradley Ave., Champaign, and at Parkland's campus at 1315 N. Mattis Ave., Champaign.
Women who drink even moderate amounts of alcohol may be boosting their risk of breast cancer risk, researchers have found.