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Tag Archives: Diabetes
Are you waiting for the perfect drug to help control your diabetes, improve your blood pressure or cholesterol? While new drugs and scientific advances are coming out every day, lets not forget the basics–good diet and exercise. Many people shy … 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
Do you think diabetes is different when it strikes the family of a physician? This doctor describes how he and his daughter dealt with a diagnosis of diabetes. Her case started as MODY which had been named for Maturity Onset … Continue reading
Is your teenager getting enough sleep? Most experts recommend that teenagers get about 9 hours sleep per night. In a study done at the University of Pittsburgh, the average teenager had 6.4 hours of sleep. An additional hour of sleep, … Continue reading
Are your sugars a little higher than normal, but not high enough to classify you as Diabetes or Prediabetes. A study in which brain scans were performed on 249 people at age 60 and repeated at 64 years old, discovered … Continue reading
From Medscape Medical News New Government Commission Could Streamline Diabetes Care July 30, 2012 — Two US senators have introduced an act that would ensure a thorough review of the US government’s approach to diabetes care, an effort experts hope … Continue reading
What do you do with your pump when you exercise? Some people with type I Diabetes think they should take their pump off when they exercise. While blood sugar typically goes down during exercise, when doing endurance exercise the need … Continue reading
Some People with Diabetes Struggle to find Inner Peace In order to achieve inner peace, people need to balance all eight dimensions of their lives. They will only be as strong as their weakest link. The eight dimensions are relationships, … Continue reading
Would you like a simple strategy to lower your risk of developing diabetes type 2. As described in the June 20 issue of diabetes care, researches evaluated the risk of developing diabetes in a group with low physical activity. After … Continue reading