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  • Rafters and writers come to call

    Rafters and writers come to call

    Lots of spring visitors; diabetes claims tribal members Stanford Addison and Leslie Baker

  • Doctor's Orders: Undam the Klamath

    Doctor's Orders: Undam the Klamath

    Both Indians and whites battle diabetes on the Klamath watershed, where dam building ended the salmon runs that once kept the First People alive.

  • Three Tribes, a Dam and a Diabetes Epidemic

    Three Tribes, a Dam and a Diabetes Epidemic

    On North Dakota's Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, a diabetes epidemic has its roots in the dam that flooded the tribes' farmland and destroyed their way of life.

  • Diabetes isn't destiny

    Diabetes isn't destiny

    Native Americans can win the long fight against poor health, malnutrition and disease.

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