11 August F.O.E. Racing Heads To Michigan August 12 August 11, 2017 By The Fraternal Order of Eagles NASCAR 0 Tune into FOX Sports 1 Saturday at 1 p.m. ET for the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series LTI Printing 200 live from Michigan International Speedway. Justin Haley will be piloting the No. 24 F.O.E. Chevy Silverado as he continues his push to make the playoffs. If you're in the area, stop by Irish Hills Eagles #3689 near the track to meet Justin Haley tonight at 6 p.m. ET Follow Justin all season long in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series! Related Articles Chemicals in Plastic Bottles and the Risk of Obesity and Diabetes DRC Director's Report, August 2017 As you all know, there are many factors that may contribute to the growing risk of obesity and diabetes worldwide. Many understand that an unhealthy diet, gaining too much weight or not exercising enough will certainly contribute to increasing your risk of diabetes. However, there is also a growing realization that certain environmental exposures and chemicals to which we might be exposed could also increase this risk. DRC Director's Update - August 2019 FOE Diabetes Research Center faculty recognize the importance of continuing the tradition of research excellence as we fight for the bridge to the cure. Because of this, part of our mission must be the preparation of the next generation of diabetes researchers. In addition to our commitment to training Ph.D. students and Postdoctoral scholars, the FOEDRC is a leader at the University of Iowa in providing research experience to our undergraduate students. DRC Director's Report - August 2020 The prevalence of obesity continues to increase worldwide due to changes in dietary composition including the addition of sweetners to many food products and evolving patterns of eating behaviors. In particular, excessive consumption of sugars has been linked to metabolic diseases such as diabetes, insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes. Fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21) is a liver-derived hormone that signals to the brain to reduce sugar intake, but the mechanism for this effect was unknown. This new study by Ph.D. student Sharon Jensen-Cody and other colleagues in the laboratory of Matt Potthoff, Associate Professor in the Fraternal Order of Eagles Diabetes Center and Department of Pharmacology and Neuroscience discovered that FGF21 signals to specific nerve cells called glutamatergic neurons in the brain to lower sugar intake and sweet-taste preference. FOE Racing Hits The Drag Strip in Seattle The FOE teams up with Great Clips and Top Fuel racer Clay Millican to take on the field at the NHRA Northwest Nationals August 2-4 at Pacific Raceways Park.Tune in live on Fox Sunday at 4pm ET to cheer on the FOE. Bret Michaels To Perform At Phoenix Convention In August The Fraternal Order of Eagles is ready to rock Phoenix this summer as multi-platinum global superstar Bret Michaels takes the stage at the 2021 Aerie and Auxiliary Members Banquet during this year’s International Convention. Tickets are $50 per-person including concert and dinner and will go on sale later this month. Members must register for the Convention to be eligible to purchase tickets. Born in the small town of Butler, Pennsylvania, on March 15, 1963, Bret first rose to fame as the front man of Poison, helping to define the rock-n-roll scene on the Sunset Strip. One of rock’s most iconic and enduring bands, Poison’s massive success includes selling over 50 million records worldwide and numerous hit singles. Eagles and Justin Haley Returning to Daytona Feb. 16 Defending Coke Zero Sugar 400 winner Justin Haley will pilot the No. 16 Fraternal Order of Eagles (F.O.E.) Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 1LE in Kaulig Racing’s NASCAR Cup Series (NCS) debut. Kaulig Racing, who recently announced the team will be fielding three entries in the NASCAR Xfinity Series (NXS) season opener at Daytona International Speedway with Justin Haley, Ross Chastain, and AJ Allmendinger, is thrilled to have the opportunity to attempt the Daytona 500 at the World Center of Racing. Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.