Diagnosed with an especially severe case of type 1 diabetes at the age of four, Rebecca Farrar was unable to feel any change in her blood sugar levels and suffered from life-threatening complications. Shirley, a yellow Labrador, can detect changes in Rebecca's glucose levels and is now Rebecca's con
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TODAY’s diet and nutrition expert Joy Bauer answers viewers’ questions about their diet dilemmas, including advice for those diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome and on choosing the right yogurt for your family.
TODAY’s diet and nutrition expert Joy Bauer answers viewers’ questions about their diet dilemmas, including caffeine intake and substituting sugar with agave sweetener.
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Diabetic female patient checking blood sugar, close-up
** FOR USE MONDAY APRIL 13 AND THEREAFTER ** In this March 9, 2009 photo, Jeff Collins watches his wife Eileen take a sample of her blood before testing the blood sugar level at their home in Indianapolis. Eileen Collins tried to scrimp on her medication last fall because she and her husband didn't