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Diabetes Care and Management

Diabetic Retinopathy Symptoms, Stages and Treatment

Although people diagnosed with Diabetes need to be extra cautious about their overall health and fitness, certain aspects are bound to be ignored given the numerous complications this illness brings along. While everyone is aware that blood sugar levels have to be regularly monitored in order to remain in control of your health, effects of Diabetes extend beyond that. Consistently …

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Diabetes and Heart Disease Problems Treatment

Heart complications in Diabetics People with Diabetes are at high risk of developing problems such as strokes and heart attacks. Deaths due to cardiovascular disorders or heart diseases is higher in diabetic indivduals vs non diabetics. Why does it happen ? Obesity, being overweight or having a sedentary lifestyle Cigarette smoking is also a leading cause of heart disease. Poorly …

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Exercise is the best medicine to manage Type 1 diabetes

Ever since I was a young kid I’ve been intrigued with the human body (both physically and physiologically), as well as had a keen interest in science and nutrition. My love for all of those topics is what sent me on the path to becoming a qualified health professional. I’ve always considered myself a ‘healthy’ person, but it wasn’t until …

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Doctor develops a vaccine to cure type 1 Diabetes – Beat0 finds out everything

1. A vaccine for diabetes. This is amazing. Share with us your vision. We believe we have found a way to stop the destruction of islets by selectively killing the white blood cells that are attacking the pancreas. We are using an existing, safe and inexpensive vaccine called BCG. 2. What inspired you to research on diabetes Dr. Denise Faustman? …

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Top Ten Big Do’s and Don’ts of Gestational Diabetes

What is Gestational Diabetes? Often women without any previous history of diabetes experience high blood sugar levels during pregnancy, particularly in the third trimester. This phase is clinically termed as Gestational Diabetes or Gestational Diabetes Mellitus. Often triggered by fluctuating insulin responses, a possible explanation for the same remains how the lactogen in the human placenta intermingles and hinders the …

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