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Category Archives: Diabetic Complications
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
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
Were you ever advised to take Januvia, Onglyza, or Tradjenta for treatment of Diabetes type 2 ? All drugs have side effects and the risk of using any drug needs to be balanced against its benefits as well as the … Continue reading
Do you have Diabetes Mellitus type 2 and suffer from the pain of Diabetic Neuropathy? Were you given medications that were either ineffective or lead to dizziness, lack of focus, fatigue or other side effects. There is an alternative to … Continue reading
Feb. 14, 2013 — Scientists at Queen’s University Belfast are hoping to develop a novel approach that could save the sight of millions of diabetes sufferers using adult stem cells. Were you wondering about research underway to help patients with … Continue reading
Diabetes type I and type II is recognized as the leading cause of blindness in the United States. The risk of developing diabetic retinopathy increases with the duration of diabetes and poor control of blood sugar. The retina, which is … Continue reading
Can Diabetes cause depression, and can depression cause diabetes? While both of these diseases are quite common, a study from Washington University in Seattle reported in Psychiatric Times, states that the among people with Diabetes Type II, the prevalence of … Continue reading
Do you have Diabetes Type II, and if so are you working hard to get your blood sugar as low as possible to avoid secondary complications? I sometimes view controlling diabetes as walking as close to the edge of a … Continue reading
Prediabetes is defined by plasma glucose levels that are elevated above the normal range, but below the threshold for diabetes. Prediabetes is a risk factor for Diabetes type 2 and cardiovascular disease. Prediabetes is identified by fasting sugars between 100 … Continue reading
Did you know, diabetes can impair hearing? You may be familiar with some of the complications associated with diabetes, such as visual impairment, kidney failure, and the increase in heart attacks and strokes. Now a new study to be published … Continue reading