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Category Archives: Diabetes Type I
Do you or a loved on have Diabetes Mellitus Type I and worry about the risk of other family members inheriting this disease. The genetic risk for Diabetes Type I was sited in a review course. For people with one … Continue reading
Did you wonder if body weight by itself is a risk factor for Heart Attacks and Strokes? It is well known that Diabetes Mellitus Type I, Diabetes Mellitus Type II, especially when poorly controlled, as well as high Cholesterol and … Continue reading
How do you define Diabetes Control? The Hemoglobin A1C is the average blood sugar over a period of several months. The distribution of the numbers is important as well. When scientists started to encourage lower A1Cs to improve rate of … Continue reading
Do you use splenda or other artificial sweeteners that contain sucralose to limit carbohydrates? Are you under the impression that using a drink with artifical sweetener will help you lose weight or control your Diabetes? While people have been doing … Continue reading
Do you think research may someday enable people with Diabetes to avoid the need to continually test their blood sugar and take multiple injections. The article below describes new research in animals in which a nano-network is injected which provides … Continue reading
People with Diabetes type I have antibodies that destroy the beta cells of the pancreas that produce insulin. C peptide is present when the pancreas is still capable of making some insulin. Some people believe C peptide by itself helps … Continue reading
Will people with Diabetes type I have to keep checking their sugar and manually adjusting their pump or deciding how much to bolus? The article below describes a closed loop system that is in development and will be tested on … Continue reading
Do you have Diabetes Type I or Diabetes Type II and are you confused by all the conflicting dietary advice that is available to you? For a long time, low fat diets were recommended without clear evidence of their effectiveness. … Continue reading
Please see this article about a pancreas transplant. By reading about an individuals experience you can learn about pancreas transplants in the short run. While this patient is doing great, many patients who become insulin free and believe they are … Continue reading
People with Diabetes type I and type II, are often advised to modify their diets in order to control blood sugar as well as to prevent heart attacks and strokes? Do you believe atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries, and … Continue reading