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Diabetes is a major risk factors for developing renal, stroke, cardiovascular and peripheral complications and knowing how to manage it, decreases the chances of developing such complications. Unfortunately, most diabetic patients don't follow the required guidelines and end recording those above high reading most of the time.
Published by Timm 92 months ago in Diabetes | +25 votes | 18 comments
Diabetes or Diabetes mellitus is increasingly becoming a serious health-risk, but few people at risk are aware of it. You can be one of them and reading this Factoid can be your door to a new tomorrow.
Published by Dr. Johnson C Philip 114 months ago in Diabetes | +15 votes | 15 comments
Diabetes is a monstrous disease of the third millennium. Diabetes has become a serious epidemic all over the world. Diabetes, clinically called Diabetes Mellitus, is a progressive disease. It is shocking that diabetes kills many people in their most productive years. Recent statistics have revealed that more than 366 million people have been suffering from this deadly disease in 2011.
Published by +Paulose 89 months ago in Diabetes | +24 votes | 12 comments
Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood glucose levels are higher than normal but not high enough for a diagnosis of diabetes.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 91 months ago in Diabetes | +12 votes | 11 comments
Diabetes is a type of lifestyle-related disease that affects many people worldwide with approximately 90% of patients being diagnosed with diabetes type 2. Frequent checking and monitoring of your glucose blood level can help you stay healthy while reducing the risk of long-term complications arising from diabetes.
Published by chy99 105 months ago in Diabetes | +18 votes | 11 comments
Abbott laboratories recall 359 million defective diabetic testing strips for free replacement.
Published by Jerry Walch 91 months ago in Diabetes | +18 votes | 10 comments
Diabetic retinopathy is a major cause of vision loss in diabetic patients. The treatments include blood sugar control, scatter laser surgery and vitrectomy in serious cases.
Published by deepa venkitesh 92 months ago in Diabetes | +10 votes | 10 comments
Diabetes is on the rise in adults and children alike. This article offers simple, realistic methods in helping to prevent diabetes and maintain balanced sugar levels.
Published by Norma MacLennan 93 months ago in Diabetes | +14 votes | 10 comments
Diabetes is a serious, and grossly under-estimated, and escalating world-wide disease where people do not have enough insulin (Insulin is a hormone secreted in the pancreas, and which regulates the storage of glycogen in the liver and accelerates oxidation of sugar in cells) in their blood, or their body has a problem using the insulin they do have.
Published by Colin Dovey 106 months ago in Diabetes | +19 votes | 9 comments
Any time that energy from stored sugar is not available to the cells, those cells turn to the body's stored fats for an alternative source of energy. As the fats are broken down for fuel, they also produce acid substances called "ketones." Neglected diabetes care is one of the most common causes of ketoacidosis.
Published by Michelle Lascuna 97 months ago in Diabetes | +7 votes | 8 comments
Type-2 Diabetes is a devastating disease that has been troubling population for over 2000 years. While research and cures have come a long ways, diet and nutrition also should be considered. "Green drinks" are a healthy option for Type-2 Diabetics due to the powerful nutrients and combination of protein and carbohydrate ratios.
Published by Cheryl Murphy 89 months ago in Diabetes | +16 votes | 7 comments
How a Type 2 Diabetic can eat good food and lose weight without being deprived.
Published by Diane Zoller-Ciatto 91 months ago in Diabetes | +9 votes | 7 comments
knowing how to interpret the nutritional labels found on food packages is very important for the diabetic. What the real meaning behind what is stated on the label is even more important. This article tell what the facts and figures really mean.
Published by Jerry Walch 92 months ago in Diabetes | +7 votes | 7 comments
Most people do not like the taste of this pungent liquid on an empty stomach. Taking straight vinegar can also cause heartburn, and burping; therefore, Dr. Johnston, recommends putting vinegar, on salads, making a vinaigrette for vegetables such as cauliflower, eating it with whole wheat breads and best still eating it with sour-dough bread which is also know to lower blood sugar levels. Vinegar can also be used as a meat tenderizer and a marinate for meats and vegetables.
Published by carol roach 98 months ago in Diabetes | +8 votes | 7 comments
How to deal with diabetes. Things that you can do to reduce the effects of diabetes and lead a normal life.
Published by Cashlash 115 months ago in Diabetes | +9 votes | 7 comments
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