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The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health.

One co-author reported receiving royalties for books on the management of diabetes (which were used by members of the online social media group surveyed for the study). Two other co-authors also reported receiving royalties related to books on low-carbohydrate diets and books on nutrition and obesity in general, and another reported an ownership interest in companies using low-carbohydrate principles. Other co-authors reported financial relationships with Virta Health, Atkins, Merck, and AstraZeneca.

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Howell got help organizing Sunday's triathlon from her supervisor, Beth Riske, and from Corey Snyder from U-M Med Sport. They had 60 volunteers from their staff sign up for the event.

Howell, Riske, and Snyder contacted Domino Farm's, which opened up its facilities for the event.

There were 27 athletes, ranging in age from 4 to 15, from all over southeast Michigan.

Kevin Jones, 54, of Jackson, said his son Zachariah Ashley, who has a mild form of cerebral palsy, has been looking forward to the event ever since he got a flyer.

"(Zachariah) has been putting his swim trunks on - 'Where are my swim trunks dad, so I can be ready?'" Jones said. "We were so excited about the event we forgot his crutches."

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The weary-looking former Dance Moms star is smiling in the shot as she lies in her hospital bed. Perri and Pietrusinski flank her, playfully wearing masks and rubber medical gloves as they hold Miller’s hands.

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Miller wrote as a caption, “Girls came to say Hi before they head to prom.”

The disgraced reality TV coach who served time in prison due to financial misdeeds included their Instagram handles @ericagrace23 and @maddie_p_07. Miller previously said that Maddie Pietrusinski is her goddaughter. Both girls are dancers.

As RadarOnline.com reported yesterday, Miller continues to overflow with emotion as she battles cancer and on Friday, May 4, she posted a dramatic photo of herself on Instagram curled up in a hospital bed. Under her head is a pillow embroidered with a big eye and the saying “Save your tears for the pillow.”

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Miller, 51, captioned the picture, “Practice what you preach! #saveyourtearsforthepillow.” The saying comes from what Miller often told her former students on Dance Moms. The medical situation is serious for Miller as she has been getting her business affairs, will and funeral plans in order, as an insider exclusively told Radar.

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She was diagnosed with cancer just a few weeks after being released from prison to a halfway house.

On April 17, Miller went into surgery for a multi-level laminectomy after she experienced “excruciating neck pain.”

She was later diagnosed with Burkitt lymphoma, a type of cancer, and has been terrified ever since, sharing photos and fears with fans on social media.

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