WISCONSIN PRIMARY RESULTS
(ABC/FOX/GOP.com) Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders walked away with wins in the Wisconsin Primary. The Democratic win gives Sanders another push in his momentum, walking away with six of the last seven Democratic primaries. These results beg the question: how worried are Hilary Clinton and her campaign employees about the Sanders surge?
Cruz gained some momentum with the win, but Trump still holds the lead on the Republican side. New York is on the horizon, and the state’s primary could be a make-or-break point for both front-runners.
DEADLY DISEASE IS MORE AND MORE COMMON IN PAST THREE DECADES
(CNN) Many of us know someone who suffers from diabetes. According to the World Health Organization, the number of people affected by diabetes has quadrupled since 1980. The number now stands at a staggering 400 million affected by the disease worldwide.In 2012 1.5 million were killed by diabetes.
In 2012, 1.5 million were killed by diabetes.
The disease stems from a body’s inability to produce enough insulin to regulate blood sugar. According to the W-H-O, the rise in people affected by diabetes correlates with the increase in obesity.
Some factors that cannot be changed include genetics, ethnicity, and age; however, weight, diet and exercise, and smoking are all controllable factors.
POSSIBLE SONIC ARENA IN SEATTLE HITTING SNAGS
Chris Hansen has long been trying to bring back an NBA team in Seattle. The arena he is proposing to build would be just south of Safeco Field on Occidental Avenue.
However, businesses in that area fear that the increase in traffic would deter their customer base and push out local business. Other businesses say this would be an economic boom in the area because of the increased foot traffic.
Port of Seattle Commissioner Stephanie Bowman believes the city would be risking port jobs and that there are bigger issues at hand such as homelessness, income inequality, and the loss of middle-class jobs.
Voting on the arena is expected to take place at the end of the month.
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