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This article offers an evidence-based algorithm to help guide clinicians in making treatment decisions for type 1 diabetics with problematic hypoglycemia.
Preventing disease and illness is much better and, generally easier, than trying to cure or suffer from illnesses such as Type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer's and many other maladies that cannot be cured. So, if this is true, why do so many people become ill in the first place? The answers are unfortun
While there are many symptoms associated with the complications of gestational diabetes many mothers affected by this condition do not suffer many symptoms and might be unwary they have the problem. Gestational diabetes affects less than 5% of pregnancies in the U.S.
Despite seemingly normal "Body Mass Index", South East Asians have an increased risk of diabetes and heart disease. This article reviews the causes of this problem and offers natural solutions.
The basic tenets of type 2 diabetes management and prevention are well known. "Eat right, exercise, lose weight and take your medications". While those four pillars of diabetes prevention are not going away anytime soon, they aren't the only factors involved in handling your diabetes.
WebMD offers tips to help you better manage your diabetes at work, including how to schedule your day around your insulin shots and how to explain your needs to your boss and co-workers.
Stress is everywhere in our lives. Diabetes, can be helped with exercise and helps us to control our blood sugar levels.. .
Who else wants some clear direction on the basics of a diet for diabetes type 2? I can understand why you'd want it. Diabetes is still a pretty scary disease - it's responsible for more kidney disease and loss of sight than any other - and diet is a major element that controls diabetes or
Diabetes is an epidemic. The United States spends over 174 billion dollars a year on Diabetes. The American Diabetes Association says, "Diabetes is a chronic disease that has no cure." Approximately 1.6 million adults a year are diagnosed with diabetes. What is the solution? The solution i
If you have Type 2 diabetes, your ophthalmologist and in some cases your optometrist, can perform an eye examination. Having diabetes increases your risk of eye problems such as cataracts, glaucoma and retinopathy. In fact, it's often your ophthalmologist who first diagnoses your Type 2 diabete
Around 8 percent of the U.S. population has been diagnosed with diabetes, a disease for which there currently is no cure. Certain ethnic and age groups are at greater risk, generally darker or olive-skinned people and the elderly. Weight, diet and exercise habits are factors that can put people at g
There is no question that regular, even moderate to medium-level, exercise has a significant effect on diabetic management and can delay or prevent pre-diabetes from becoming type 2 diabetes. As type 2 diabetes and obesity continue to increase, physical activity continues to be a fundamental form of
Planning ahead is important if you want a baby and having type-1 or type-2 diabetes. Diabetes pregnancy needs strict blood glucose control even before pregnancy. If planning for a child, control the blood glucose level near normal for 2 to 3 month before getting pregnancy.Pregnant women who have nev
You may have separately heard of one or two of these tips, but here is the collection of the best 10 tips to body fat weight loss. I challenge you to practice these steps and enjoy the results after a month.
Chiropractic care is generally known for helping people who suffer from neck and back pain. Studies are increasingly showing that chiropractic care is also helping those suffering from a multitude of diseases. One such disease is diabetes and more people are becoming convinced of the benefits of see
Living with diabetes is a challenge unto itself, but maintaining a regular exercise regimen as a diabetic is much more difficult knowing, when to eat, and what, when to take insulin, and how much, when to exercise, and how vigorously.These are all valid and important issues for a diabetic athlete, a
Diabetes is a very demanding condition. You need to stick to rigorous diets, have an exercise program, control your weight and besides all this, you have to test your insulin levels maybe twice or three times a day. And don't forget about your professional life and family duties.
Learn to recognize foods which rank high on the glycemic index and discard them from your meals...Start with a modest goal and work at it regularly!Many first time dieters have impossible goals and are often disappointed at the slow pace of their weight loss efforts.