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Sherri Shepherd Explains How Son Jeffrey Jr. 'Woke Me Up' About Her Diabetes: 'I Don't Want to Die'

Sherri Shepherd tells PEOPLE Health that her 16-year-old son Jeffrey Jr. "motivates me every day" to eat better and exercise, after she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in 2007

Ryan Sutter Shows All the Supplements He Takes to Treat His Lyme Disease and 'Rebuild'

The Bachelorette winner posted a photo of all his supplements, which he wrote are "the first and last thing I see everyday" after he was diagnosed with Lyme disease

10-Year-Old Girl Dies from Plague in Colorado

The plague is caused by bacteria that can come from prairie dogs, squirrels, chipmunks and other rodents

Michigan Reports a 569% Increase in Legionnaires' Disease Cases Since Last July

"To date, no common sources of infection have been identified," Michigan Department of Health & Human Services wrote in a statement, noting that recent weather trends may be playing a role

Coffee Lovers Are Almost 50% Less Likely to Die from Chronic Liver Disease, New Study Says

The study conducted by Dr. Oliver Kennedy of the University of Southampton in the U.K. finds that three to four cups of coffee, caffeinated or decaffeinated, reduces your risk for CLD
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MLB Announces Plans to Host First Annual Lou Gehrig Day in June

The day will honor the late New York Yankees player and raise awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)

Tony Bennett Still Practices Performing Twice a Week amid Alzheimer's Diagnosis

Tony Bennett's family revealed in a new profile for AARP The Magazine the 94-year-old was diagnosed with the neurodegenerative disease in 2016

Wife of Firefighter and Former Rams Player Diagnosed with ALS at Age 29 Expecting First Child

Eric Stevens and his wife Amanda will welcome a baby girl in January