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    Diabetes In Control News

  • Cancer Rates Higher in Both Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

    18 Dec 2014 | 8:15 pm
    High glucose, obesity studied for possible link to cancer development...
  • Cinacalcet May Protect Against Fracture in Dialysis

    18 Dec 2014 | 8:06 pm
    Mortality, cardiovascular disease risk remains same for patient with secondary hyperparathyroidism...
  • Obese Children 'Wired From Birth' to Crave Sugar

    18 Dec 2014 | 7:58 pm
    Scans may be documenting early development of food reward circuitry in young children...
  • 2014 The Year of Health and Fitness Apps

    17 Dec 2014 | 9:36 pm
    Google has been crunching some numbers and released an end-of-year rundown of the most popular app. Most interestingly, the results show Health and Fitness has been the year's fastest growing app category, reflecting just how much the mobile industry is focused on our well-being — and how much we're buying into it. According to Google's stats, diet tracking app MyFitnessPal topped the charts under health and fitness. The health industry estimate there are now 100,000 apps dedicated to mobile health available for Android and iOS. -- Digital Trends Dec 15, 2014  
  • FDA Clears Test to Predict Coronary Heart Disease Risk

    17 Dec 2014 | 9:30 pm
    The PLAC Test for Lp-PLA2 Activity (diaDexus Inc.) measures the activity of lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) — a biological marker for vascular inflammation — in the blood. Patients with Lp-PLA2 activity exceeding 225 nmol/minute/mL are considered to be at an increased risk for a future CHD event while patients with test results below this level have a lower risk for a CHD event, according to the news release. Currently, the test has been cleared for use in all adults with no history of heart disease, but studies indicate that the test better identifies risk in…
 
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    Top Headlines - Diabetes Health

  • Fat Cells- May Be Beneficial As Insulin For Type 2 Diabetes

    19 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    Brown fat – considered the good fat compared to villainous white fat cells - may make you thinner by not only burning extra calories, but also by using up excess glucose in the blood stream, just as effectively as insulin.
  • Stressed for the Holidays? Here's the Antidote

    19 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    Too much holiday hustle and bustle can be a prescription for stress, anxiety and even depression. Many  people feel bad during what is supposed to be one of the happiest times of the year.   All the holiday fun takes a lot of work. Shopping, baking, decorating, partying, traveling – the additional activities and needs take up time and money, putting pressure on already busy schedules and limited finances.  People often eat more, drink more and sleep less. Sometimes, this season bring up feelings of loneliness, loss and grief. It can all be too much for our overloaded…
  • Random Act of Kindness

    18 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    I live in the San Francisco Bay Area where bridge tolls sometimes are paid by strangers.  One day as I drove up to the Golden Gate Bridge to pay my toll, the teller told me that the car in front of me paid my $6 bridge toll. This simple random act of kindness caught me by surprise. The person in front me did not assess if I could or could not pay my toll. They simply acted from their heart.  Since then I started doing the same thing. I found myself paying other peoples bridge tolls and giving money to the homeless and children organizations when I felt moved to. 
  • FDA Approves New Animas Insulin Pump

    17 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    The Animas Vibe continuous glucose monitoring-enabled insulin pump has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use by adults 18 years of age and above who have insulin-dependent diabetes.
  • I am Thankful

    16 Dec 2014 | 2:00 am
    Despite the problems and concerns I publicly write about regarding my diabetes life, I try to be a very positive minded person. Diabetes is complicated and frustrating, sometimes downright depressing. But having this disease has also taught me so many things that affect my perception of life and how it’s meant to be lived.
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    Diabetes News

  • Methylglyoxal, obesity, and diabetes.

    20 Dec 2014 | 6:21 pm
    To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document. Methylglyoxal is a highly reactive compound derived mainly from glucose and fructose metabolism.
  • What health resolutions would the experts prescribe?

    20 Dec 2014 | 5:52 am
    "I'll be sprinkling cinnamon on my porridge in 2015. One of the most powerful spices, research published in Diabetes Care found as little as a quarter of a teaspoon of cinnamon a day could help control blood sugar in people with Type 2 diabetes.
  • Happy Holidays from Our Diabetes Giveaway Givers and Winners

    20 Dec 2014 | 1:32 am
    As we head into the last minute gift-buying rush for the Holidays, it's a great time to feature our 2014 "Good Vibes" Holiday Giveaway winners - along with a glimpse at the companies offering great diabetes prizes: Jerry the Bear and ChillMED, makers of some very nice D-travel bags. Here at the ' Mine , we're proud of how far Jerry the Bear has come in the years since his birth as a submission to our 2009 DiabetesMine Design Chal le n ge , and it's great to see how much the newly created parent company Sproutel is doing to help get these snugly bears out to the D-Community.
  • 'Dining with Diabetes' classes start soon

    19 Dec 2014 | 9:28 pm
    Penn State Extension is offering its informative and interactive series of classes on diabetes in February. "Dining with Diabetes: A Program for Adults with Diabetes and their Families," is designed to teach those with type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes how to manage their condition.
  • City Life May Be To Blame For Rising Diabetes Rates

    19 Dec 2014 | 5:18 pm
    Aesop's fable about the dangers of urban life goes something like this: A City Mouse visits his cousin in the country and is shocked at the humble meal they eat. The City Mouse invites the Country Mouse to his home in town, where he promises to serve a delicious feast.
 
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    Diabetes News -- ScienceDaily

  • Technophobia may keep seniors from using apps to manage diabetes

    19 Dec 2014 | 1:05 pm
    Despite showing interest in web or mobile apps to help manage their type 2 diabetes, only a small number of older adults actually use them, says a new study. Approximately 2.2 million Canadians are living with type 2 diabetes, 2 million of whom are age 50 or older. A study found that although more than 90 per cent of research participants owned a computer or had daily Internet access, just 18 per cent used applications on this technology to help manage their diabetes. While almost half owned smartphones, only 5 per cent used them to manage their disease.
  • People with blood groups A, B and AB at higher risk of type 2 diabetes than group O

    18 Dec 2014 | 6:00 pm
    A study of more than 80,000 women has uncovered different risks of developing type 2 diabetes associated with different blood groups, with the biggest difference a 35 percent increased risk of type 2 diabetes found in those with group B, Rhesus factor positive blood compared with the universal donor group O, Rhesus factor negative.
  • Urban stressors may contribute to rising rate of diabetes in developing nations

    18 Dec 2014 | 10:12 am
    As people in developing nations relocate from rural areas to cities, the increased stress is affecting their hormone levels and making them more susceptible to diabetes and other metabolic disorders, according to a new study.
  • Islet cell transplantation restores type 1 diabetics' blood sugar defense mechanisms

    18 Dec 2014 | 9:05 am
    Type 1 diabetes patients who have developed low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) as a complication of insulin treatments over time are able to regain normal internal recognition of the condition after receiving pancreatic islet cell transplantation, according to a new study.
  • Anti-diabetic drug springs new hope for tuberculosis patients

    17 Dec 2014 | 7:13 am
    A more effective treatment for tuberculosis (TB) could soon be available as scientists have discovered that metformin, a drug for treating diabetes, can also be used to boost the efficacy of TB medication without inducing drug resistance, scientists report.
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    DIABETES NEWS - Google News

  • How Drug Combination Helps Control Type 1 Diabetes - U.S. News & World Report

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    19 Dec 2014 | 11:29 am
    Daily News & AnalysisHow Drug Combination Helps Control Type 1 DiabetesU.S. News & World ReportLike many people newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, Emily's initial goal was to get accustomed to giving herself insulin shots to regulate her blood sugar. The condition occurs when so-called beta cells – insulin-producing cells housed within the ...Some Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes RiskWebMDThese Blood Groups Run a Higher Risk of DiabetesNDTVType 2 Diabetes Risk Lower for Blood Type OMedscapeHealthDay -Daily News & Analysisall 90 news articles »
  • Benefits of diabetes drugs dubious - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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    20 Dec 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Milwaukee Journal SentinelBenefits of diabetes drugs dubiousMilwaukee Journal SentinelJulie Blankenburg (from left), Laura Pady-Porter, Cheryl Novak and Denise Schwahn talk as they walk along the Lake Mendota lakeshore path in Madison last month. Novak and Schwahn both were told they had pre-diabetes. Rather than go on a diabetes ...The Slippery Slope: A Bittersweet Diabetes EconomyMedPage Todayall 2 news articles »
  • More and more children being diagnosed with diabetes - Monroe News Star

    Google Inc.
    20 Dec 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Monroe News StarMore and more children being diagnosed with diabetesMonroe News StarToday, Type 1 diabetes, usually caused when the body's own immune system mistakenly destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, is still the most common form found in children. But Type 2, often associated with lifestyle factors, rose 30 Education, research and new treatments assisting people with diabetesWorthington Daily GlobeOne in Every Three People with Type 1 Diabetes Produces Insulin Years Post Newswise (press release)Healthy tips for dealing with diabetesIrish ExaminerDiabetes In…
  • Addressing Type 2 Diabetes: An Immodest Proposal - Forbes

    Google Inc.
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:22 am
    Addressing Type 2 Diabetes: An Immodest ProposalForbesLikewise, people with Type 2 diabetes know what to do. They just don't. As a result, this growing threat is already the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Most often caused by poor diet, excessive calorie intake, lack of exercise and
  • Report: Obesity, diabetes are growing health problems - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

    Google Inc.
    20 Dec 2014 | 2:07 pm
    Report: Obesity, diabetes are growing health problemsWilkes Barre Times-LeaderThe report does not give county-level data, but some numbers for Luzerne County are available in annual state Department of Health reports. That data show the county has a lower obesity rate than either the state or nation: 26 percent, and a lower
 
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    Bitter-Sweet™

  • 35 years . . . .

    Karen
    18 Dec 2014 | 8:07 am
    One day this month is my 35th diaversary.  We don’t know my exact diagnosis date, so I always just pick a day somewhere during the middle of December to observe the demise of my pancreas.  Today... Visit my blog to read more.
  • New Blogging Venture . . . .

    Karen
    17 Dec 2014 | 8:52 am
    I’m excited to share that I’ve recently contracted with ReliOn to contribute some posts to their new blog.  The posts are meant to be short and easy to read, with basic information and actionable... Visit my blog to read more.
  • Reboot my Pancreas . . . . .

    Karen
    15 Dec 2014 | 7:44 am
    Last week was a craptastic one.  The coffee maker went from leaving a small spot of water behind after brewing coffee to completely saturating the cloth I’d been putting underneath to catch that bit... Visit my blog to read more.
  • Holiday Strategy . . . .

    Karen
    11 Dec 2014 | 6:56 am
    ‘Tis the season . . . . for a bazillion articles with advice on how to handle diabetes during holiday parties.  Everywhere I turn I’m reading game plans for resisting festive treats and eating... Visit my blog to read more.
  • Motivation . . . .

    Karen
    4 Dec 2014 | 7:32 am
    When I’m really in the throes of diabetes burn-out, I can’t seem to muster the motivation to wear my CGM sensor.  That is where I have been lately.  Until this happened the other night. Five hours... Visit my blog to read more.
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    DIABETES - Google News

  • How Drug Combination Helps Control Type 1 Diabetes - U.S. News & World Report

    Google Inc.
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:29 am
    How Drug Combination Helps Control Type 1 DiabetesU.S. News & World ReportLike many people newly diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes, Emily's initial goal was to get accustomed to giving herself insulin shots to regulate her blood sugar. The condition occurs when so-called beta cells – insulin-producing cells housed within the ...Some Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes RiskWebMDType 2 Diabetes Risk Lower for Blood Type OMedscapeSome Blood Types Might Raise Type 2 Diabetes Risk: StudyHealthDayHealth Hub from Cleveland Clinicall 90 news articles »
  • Benefits of diabetes drugs dubious - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

    Google Inc.
    20 Dec 2014 | 10:05 pm
    Milwaukee Journal SentinelBenefits of diabetes drugs dubiousMilwaukee Journal SentinelJulie Blankenburg (from left), Laura Pady-Porter, Cheryl Novak and Denise Schwahn talk as they walk along the Lake Mendota lakeshore path in Madison last month. Novak and Schwahn both were told they had pre-diabetes. Rather than go on a diabetes ...The Slippery Slope: A Bittersweet Diabetes EconomyMedPage Todayall 2 news articles »
  • More and more children being diagnosed with diabetes - Monroe News Star

    Google Inc.
    20 Dec 2014 | 9:20 pm
    Monroe News StarMore and more children being diagnosed with diabetesMonroe News StarToday, Type 1 diabetes, usually caused when the body's own immune system mistakenly destroys the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, is still the most common form found in children. But Type 2, often associated with lifestyle factors, rose 30 Education, research and new treatments assisting people with diabetesWorthington Daily GlobeOne in Every Three People with Type 1 Diabetes Produces Insulin Years Post Newswise (press release)Cancer Rates Higher in Both Type 1 and Type 2 DiabetesDiabetes In…
  • Addressing Type 2 Diabetes: An Immodest Proposal - Forbes

    Google Inc.
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:22 am
    Addressing Type 2 Diabetes: An Immodest ProposalForbesLikewise, people with Type 2 diabetes know what to do. They just don't. As a result, this growing threat is already the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Most often caused by poor diet, excessive calorie intake, lack of exercise and
  • Report: Obesity, diabetes are growing health problems - Wilkes Barre Times-Leader

    Google Inc.
    20 Dec 2014 | 2:07 pm
    Report: Obesity, diabetes are growing health problemsWilkes Barre Times-LeaderThe report does not give county-level data, but some numbers for Luzerne County are available in annual state Department of Health reports. That data show the county has a lower obesity rate than either the state or nation: 26 percent, and a lower
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    Allie's Voice

  • The Fast Way to Slow T2D Risk

    Allie Beatty
    14 Dec 2014 | 2:19 pm
    Dr. James Brown is a lecturer in aging metabolism at the Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing, Ashton University. Dr. Brown spoke with me about how intermittent fasting may be a dietary intervention for the prevention of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.  Dr. Brown’s work has been featured in the Medscape article on Intermittent Fasting and Diabetes.
  • Gifts for Weight Loss and Health-Conscious People

    Allie Beatty
    6 Dec 2014 | 9:38 pm
    For the health-conscious or the person you’d like to give a head start on the New Year’s resolution to lose weight – Nalgene is your best bet for a thoughtful gift. Nalgene is to sports bottles as Kleenex is to tissues. A company with over 50  years in the business, they know what customers want in a sports bottle. All products made by Nalgene are BPA-free and made in the USA. The most popular bottle, made with Tritan material which is 100 percent free of BPA, a chemical that has been found to disrupt natural hormones. This fresh take on the classic Nalgene is made without…
  • The Tree Frog Fix for T1D

    Allie Beatty
    9 Nov 2014 | 1:52 pm
    Researchers have identified a molecule found in tree frogs as a pharmacolical agent to stimulate the development of insulin-producing cells. This could be a ground-breaking discovery for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes. Dr. Fred Levine speaks with me about this unorthodox approach to generate insulin-producing cells. This exciting work is being done at Sanford Children’s Health Research Center at Sanford-Burnham. The study discussed in this call is  making headlines because it finds that insulin-producing cells can gegenerate.
  • Join Allie’s Voice About Diabetes e-newsletter!

    Allie Beatty
    30 Jun 2014 | 4:11 pm
    Join the Allie’s Voice About Diabetes e-newsletter to hear the latest podcast,  see the latest YouTube video, and shop the Amazon aStore for useful diabetes products. Subscribe and join me! Join the e-newsletter For Email Marketing you can trust.
  • Recently diagnosed, challenged, or confused with Diabetes?

    Allie Beatty
    9 Apr 2014 | 7:57 am
    Diabetes can be overwhelming. Your medical team guides you on the clinical treatment of diabetes but the emotional support is paramount to the success of diabetes management. Having lived with diabetes since 1985, I can offer support to condition your way of thinking to thrive in life with diabetes.  My experience with diabetes has been an adventure. I’d be happy to share my diabetes journey and work with you on navigating yours. If you are newly diagnosed, have a loved one with diabetes, or would like to talk about an issue with diabetes, we’ll develop the best approach for…
 
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    Everyone's Blog Posts - Diabetes community by Diabetes Hands Foundation: TuDiabetes

  • New to Omnipod..

    Tracy
    20 Dec 2014 | 9:25 pm
    Hi! I just started with the Omnipod on Monday. I am 37 and have been Type 1 for 30 years. I was always resistant to a pump because of the tubing but when I discovered the Omnipod system I decided pumping was definitely worth a shot. Its been a bit of a rough week, a lot of ups and downs (mostly ups) with my bg's and the first day my pod fell off in the shower, but I am hopeful that once the kinks are worked out it will make life a little easier. My question tonight is..I've noticed a clicking sound with my pod today, is that ok/normal? Thanks, happy to be introduced to this community.
  • "Chillin'-Out"?

    Bruce
    20 Dec 2014 | 4:18 pm
    I was reading thru the 12/2014-1/2015 issue of AARP Magazine & the 1/2015-2/2015 issue of Diabetes Forecast today. Interestingly in the former publication, specifically on Page 7 (lower left corner under “Ask Dr. Scrooge”) is stated that – “…scientists at the National Institutes of Health…found that sleeping at 66 degrees boosted energy & improved insulin sensitivity.” In the same publication, specifically on Page19 (right-hand column under “When Good Habits Go Bad”) is stated that – “Drinking diet (soda) may not[?] contain sugar, but people who consume it have a…
  • Phase-II Results from Rebooting The Immune System To Cure Type-1

    joshualevy
    20 Dec 2014 | 12:43 pm
    First, a discussion about naming.  In the past, I've referred to this treatment as the "Burt" treatment, because that was the senior (last listed) author of the first paper I saw on it, and because I didn't have a better name for it.  I haven't seen Dr. Burt's name on clinical trial for this treatment in many years, so it's no longer an appropriate name.  But I don't have a better name.  In any case, you can read my previous blogging about this treatment under the label "Burt" on my blog: http://cureresearch4type1diabetes.blogspot.com/search/label/Burt Second, a little background. The…
  • TuDiabetes.org

    Tamra
    19 Dec 2014 | 11:49 pm
    I originally posted this to my blog, TamraGarcia.blogspot.com In April of this year (2014) I joined a social media site called TuDiabetes.org. This site was started with the intention of bringing together diabetics of all types and those people close to diabetics who are impacted by the disease as well. I joined the site because I have spent my entire life at odds with my disease and the constant struggle, hatred, stress, and rebellion had taken it's toll and left me beaten, broken, and on the verge of death. I knew I needed help, support, and understanding in order to improve my life,…
  • Do you carry glucose tabs with you at all times? Do you have a glucogon kit for emergencies? Does anyone besides you know how to use it?

    Emmy
    19 Dec 2014 | 10:08 pm
    I had a really bad day today... This morning I took my Lantus as usual, but about an hour later I was shaking severely, nauseated, and my heart was pounding like crazy. I could barely speak, and it was hard to think. There's no way I would have been able to walk to another room to get help.  I checked my blood sugar, which wasn't easy because the shakes were so severe. My blood sugar was 3.0, (54 in US scale). Yes I was in insulin shock. No idea why it happened except that I must have hit a vein. I didn't see any blood, and there was no vein visible where I injected, but I can't think of…
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  • Stylish & Functional: Adorn Designs Clutch Review & Holiday Giveaway!

    k2
    18 Dec 2014 | 9:07 am
    I love things that make my life and my life with diabetes easier. I also love stylish, sleek and pleasing to the eye things - And I love the opportunity to give my blog readers the opportunity to win something that's all of the above. :) Adorn Designs Elite Collection Clutch In Imperial Yellow Diabetes Supply Bag, out ofthe box and in its original wrapping.Dimensions:10 inches long, 6.5 inches deep & 5.1 inches thick.Cotton Canvas - Machine washable and super easy to spot clean. Just before the summer started, I was contacted by  Lee Ann from Adorn…
  • Yesterday's Wild Blood Sugar Ride From Hell.

    k2
    15 Dec 2014 | 11:36 am
    Post by Diabetesaliciousness.As you can see from yesterday's Diabetesalicious Facebook status, late Saturday evening into Sunday afternoon involved a rarely occurring and out of the blue blood sugar ride from hell, a test in patience and a few reminders along the way. Sometimes wild blood sugar rides come out of the blue and can take you forever to extricate yourself from. Said BG ride from hell leaves you with a continually filling bladder that refuses to empty, small ketones and a long sleepless night that leaves resembling a character out of the Zombie flick. Except you…
  • Today's Giveaway: KIND, Gluten-Free & Super Delicious~

    k2
    12 Dec 2014 | 8:02 am
    The 5 winners of Wednesday's Medtronic's Lenny The Lion Plush Pump Case, giveaways are: Brittany ByrdKimberly SchuldAmy BozzaRachael SaundersTamara MoyerCongratulations and PLEASE email me, ASAP at kellykunik@gmail.com with your mailing addresses. If I don't hear from you by Sunday evening your prize will go to someone else.Today's Giveaways is all about being KIND & DELICIOUSphoto courtesy of KINDSnacks Facebook page.Today's giveaway is KIND, gluten-free, delicious and in my experience, super easy to bolus for! Today's giveaway is 16 delicious, gluten free…
  • During The Holidays People With Diabetes Will Be Judged - Lets Not Judge One Another~

    k2
    11 Dec 2014 | 1:35 pm
    You know that "thing" that happens with your Facebook feed where it changes in the instant and you read a post for only a split of a second, but REALLY wanted to read/comment on? Yeah, that thing happened to me a couple of days ago. I'd just clicked on my Facebook tab and noticed a status ( and for the life of me I don't who posted or if it was in a group,) blaming other PWDs for not taking care themselves and developing ketoacidoses, and referring to those who develop Ketoacidosis as being irresponsible.   I didn't agree. Just as I was about to click…
  • Giveaway: 5 Lenny The Lion Plush & Pump Carrying Cases

    k2
    10 Dec 2014 | 7:29 am
    Today's the first in a series of blog giveaways that I mentioned last week and I'm really excited! I LOVE giving gifts because it makes me happy - And today's giveaway fits the happy bill for sure! Today's Giveaway: 5 seriously cute Lenny The Lion plush pump carrying cases. Lenny The Lion is Medtronic's official ambassador for children with diabetes and he's awesome! Why I love Lenny: Because he's super cute and functional and if I was little, I'd snuggle up to Lenny when it was time to take a nap or go to sleep.I know he'd be a great friend and make me feel safe and…
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  • Diabetes advice going low-carb

    20 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has long advised a high carbohydrate diet which seems counterintuitive given diabetes is a condition of high blood sugar and carbohydrates more than any other nutrient cause blood sugar to rise. In response to the ADA's stance, many of us who live with and write about diabetes complain about such advice, and personally follow low-carb diets. As do I. I used to scratch my head wondering why the ADA would so tirelessly recommend eating a lot of carbs until I read sufficient literature that they feared people were eating too much fat and fat caused heart…
  • The Big Fat Surprise uncovers a big fat lie: fat is not the enemy

    8 Dec 2014 | 12:14 pm
    I've long thought our reverence for a low and no fat diet has failed us. Just look around. Ever since the US government began pushing more carbs and less fat, and food manufacturers all but wiped full fat products off the shelf, as a nation we've grown fatter than ever.Now, The Big Fat Surprise uncovers 9 years worth of investigation by its journalist author, Nina Teicholz, tracing how one man - Ancel Keys - convinced food experts, scientists, researchers the government and the American public that saturated fat was the devil - and changed our diet. Keys massaged much of his research to fit…
  • Among the bulk fruits at Costco - me!

    19 Nov 2014 | 11:16 am
    A week ago I got an email from the publisher of Costco's website for diabetes health information and care. "Would you guest post for us? We've become a popular site for our Costco customers."Sure. So here's to sharing with the Costco community - love those big jars of artichokes and cheap Charmin -  what it takes to be healthy with diabetes 42 years - including two secrets you'll rarely hear.  For the article, click here.
  • The 2014 picture of diabetes from the CDC

    13 Nov 2014 | 10:54 am
  • What you need to know about pre-diabetes

    4 Nov 2014 | 1:42 pm
 
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    Naturally Sweet

  • My Vessel is Sinking.

    18 Dec 2014 | 11:50 am
    I went to see my Dr. on Monday to go over some blood work that I had done.  I've been feeling like dogshit lately. Exhausted, sad and I gained 25 pounds.  I knew I was either depressed or it was my damn thyroid acting up again. Sure enough.  It was a little of both.I was diagnosed with Hashimoto's a couple of years ago and have been trying to get it controlled since then.  With no luck.  Apparently, I am one of the 5% who have a hard time finding the proper dosage and gaining some control over my thyroid.  Just like I'm one of the rare that has Type 1…
  • Hello, November.

    7 Nov 2014 | 3:14 pm
    Hello.  It’s been a while so I thought I’d pop in a drop a blog. That sounds like I’m going to do something awesome with some killer dance moves or something but no.  I’m just here to purge the Diabetes side of brain.  Haha! I don’t have any excuses for not blogging other than being lazy, or busy, or lacking in concept so I apologize to those who care.  But, like I said, I’m back in the saddle again and ready to spit out some Diabetic prowess in honor of November being American Diabetes Month.  It’s awesome we get an entire month for a disease…
  • Awareness vs Knowing

    23 Nov 2013 | 6:14 am
    November is Diabetes Awareness month. Its awesome that Diabetes gets a whole month. An entire month to tell everyone the statistics, the side effects, the prevention tools for type 2, and so on and so forth. It's great. No, seriously, it is great. People at risk for type 2 need this awareness. If I could have done anything to prevent the onset of Diabetes I certainly would have. If I could trade places with a Type 2 Diabetic, I certainly would. But, I cannot. I am a Type 1 Diabetic. A Juvenile Diabetic. The one with no prevention, no cure...I am the 5%. Que sera sera.I was…
  • I Got 99 Problems & They Are All Diabetes.

    24 Jun 2013 | 6:44 am
    That moment that reality hits....I have Diabetes....and my whole day..my whole life...is ruined.Not being able to go anywhere without a bag.I'm afraid to live alone....or be alone. I love being alone sometimes. I'm an only child FFS.When people say 'Diabeetus'. Grrr.Reusing needles or lancets even though it hurts because I'm too lazy to change them.Having to take 10 units and your FlexPen only has 8 left. Having to use a FlexPen because you have no insurance and Pods are $800.Having no insurance and finding out a bottle of life sustaining insulin is $168. Putting a new pump on and…
  • Dedicated To The Ones I Love.

    3 Jan 2013 | 2:38 pm
    Today I read a few comments that were posted from an old entry of mine...Cult of PersonalitySometimes, when I write, it's basically like mind diarrhea.  Everything cultivates in my head and when I sit down to write, it all comes spewing forth.  Because of this, I rarely take the time to read what I have written or think about what I have written because I've released it.  This probably doesn't make sense to any one who isn't a writer.  Our brains are mysterious. After reading the comments, having my eyes fill with tears and reading my post with more clarity, I realized…
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    A Consequence of Hypoglycemia.

  • Multiple Mindsets of Diabetes

    Christopher
    19 Dec 2014 | 4:41 pm
    Do you ever have days when you care too much about your diabetes, yet nothing seems to go your way? Do you ever have days when you care too much about your diabetes, and all that hard work pays off? Do you ever have days when you don’t care about your diabetes, and your blood glucose numbers perfectly complement your apathy with wildly out-of-range readings? Do you ever have days when you don’t care about your diabetes, and everything goes swimmingly? Do you ever have a day when you experience all four of those mindsets, and struggle to find balance – to find normal? This…
  • Christmas Starts Early

    Christopher
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:30 pm
    When you’re about to embark on a 3-state tour for the holidays. Dayle is rejoining the Verizon network on our new family plan. And I’m going to be reading a lot more. A. Lot. Now to do this four more times…Filed under: I Learned Something Today Tagged: Christmas, Family, presents, travel
  • Just Talking With Parris Lilly

    Christopher
    17 Dec 2014 | 2:33 pm
    As the end of 2014 approaches, Parris Lilly joins me to talk about the year in super hero movies, Destiny, GamerTag Radio, and being a football dad. There were plenty of other tangents, segues, and one-off mentions as well – at this point, it’s par for the course. Enjoy. Follow Parris on Twitter @vicious696, and check out gamertagradio.com to catch up on the latest in independent video game podcasting. http://traffic.libsyn.com/iamspartacus/Just_Talking-270-With_Parris_Lilly_121614.mp3 Run Time – 1:05:13 Send your feedback to feedback@justtalkingpodcast.com. Download the MP3…
  • Pumping on the Holidays

    Christopher
    16 Dec 2014 | 12:40 pm
    I realized last night that a number of “firsts” will be crossed off of my diabetes accomplishments during our upcoming travel adventures. First time dealing with TSA and an insulin pump First time estimating pump supplies I will need for an extended trip First time sharing my insulin pump, in person, with my parents First time not worrying (as much) about snacking It’s curious to feel like my diabetes may be ‘new’ for a moment or two. I suppose, in the grand scheme of things, it is new. Even though I’ve been living with this disease for 12 years,…
  • Patient Community Advocate at Symplur

    Christopher
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:34 am
    Today marks my first official day as Patient Community Advocate at Symplur. This means I get to look at all kinds of data collected by Symplur’s extensive tools and figure out ways to bring the patient communities into these data-based conversations. This means I get to venture out into the scary world of freelancing with a mighty first step. This means I get to take on new projects that could help impact and shape the future of online disease communities. This means I have a chance to truly contribute to something – to one day look back and say “I built that”. It…
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  • Happier Holidays…some posts that might help you get through the next few weeks

    Leighann
    12 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Here are some posts that might be helpful as you navigate the holidays with your CWD. My best advice: Don’t let diabetes be the focus of your holiday. Stocking Stuffers and Gift Ideas 10 Holiday Gift Ideas For School Nurses 20+ Non-Candy Stocking Stuffer Ideas Non-Candy Stocking Stuffers…for teens! Holiday Gifts For Kids With Type 1 Diabetes Holiday Decorating Tree Ornaments Made With Pump Supplies Holiday Decorating With Medical Waste Carb Counting and Christmas Candy Carb Counting At Thanksgiving Pez, Oh Yes, We Have Santa Pez Candy Canes: Not So Many Carbs, Either Advent…
  • 10 Holiday Gift Ideas For School Nurses

    Leighann
    11 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Some of us are lucky enough to have a school nurse to care for our d-kid during the day. At times we’ve only had the nurse at school at the end of lunch to give insulin. Now we have a nurse who is in the school off and on during the school day, checking in on Q several times. Because diabetes care is needed throughout the day, d-kids often get to know the school nurse well. To show appreciation at the holidays, some parents choose to give the nurse a gift. Alternatively, you might choose to recognize the nurse during nursing week, school nurse day, or at the end of the year. Gifts…
  • Non-Candy Stocking Stuffers…for teens!

    Leighann
    10 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    I shared my 20+ Non-Candy Stocking Stuffer Ideas with you recently. Because my kids are in grade school, it was geared more toward younger kids. A reader asked for ideas for teens and here are a few I came up with. These would also be great for college-aged students. Non-Candy Stocking Stuffers For Teens 1. iTunes Gift Cards 2. Fast Food Gift Cards In $5 Increments (great for open lunch at school) 3. Book Store Gift Cards 4. Gas Station Gift Cards 5. Starbucks Gift Cards 6. DVD’s 7. Lip Balm 8. Lip Gloss 9. Make Up Brushes 10. Scented Hand Lotion 11. Gloves (with smart phone fingers)…
  • {Type 1 Tuesday} 12.09.14

    Leighann
    9 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Friends for Life 2015 Registration is now open for Friends for Life 2015 in Orlando, Florida. Go to the FFL 2015 registration page for more information. Read about our FFL experience a few summers ago. When Type 1 Diabetes is Too Much for a Child to Bear This is a very difficult read, but I think it’s an important one. Not that I think each of our d-kids is destined to have these severe emotions, but maybe we think our kids are coping with diabetes better than they actually are. Read When Type 1 Diabetes is Too Much for a Child to Bear on A Sweet Life. Animas Vibe Insulin Pump and…
  • 20+ Non-Candy Stocking Stuffer Ideas

    Leighann
    8 Dec 2014 | 5:00 am
    Update: A reader asked about ideas for older kids. Please read Non-Candy Stocking Stuffers…for teens! My kids’ stockings usually have a combination of candy and small items. I know many parents of kids with type 1 diabetes or food allergies prefer to include non-candy items in stockings, so I’m sharing some ideas of easy-to-find and not-very-expensive toys and trinkets. Tip: Look near the Christmas/holiday aisle for displays of specially packaged items which are often the right size to stuff into stockings. Here are 20+ non-candy stocking stuffer ideas. For even more ideas check…
 
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    Speaking of Diabetes | The Joslin Blog

  • Team Diabadass Completes Longest In-State Relay in Continental U.S.

    Joslin Communications
    19 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    In December of 2012, Doug Masiuk caught the public eye by being the first person with type 1 diabetes to run across the United States. As if a cross-country journey was not enough, Masiuk recently came back into the spotlight, this time teamed up with a posse of stellar athletes, to complete the Capital to Coast Relay—a 223 mile-long relay race from Austin to Corpus Christi, Texas. Twelve people with diabetes, including Masiuk, comprised “Team Diabadass.” They ran the race with smiling faces, a drive to raise diabetes awareness, and a desire to abolish misconceptions about diabetes…
  • Joslin Doctor Advocates for Better Islet Cell Access for Researchers

    Joslin Communications
    17 Dec 2014 | 9:18 am
    Dr. Rohit Kulkarni As cases of diabetes across the world increase, so does research into causes of and treatment for the disease. Researching the complexities of diabetes requires access to a host of tissues from the human body. Muscle, liver, fat, heart—cells from all of these organs play a part. One organ in particular serves an important role in the onset and progression of diabetes and it happens to be one of the least easily accessible organs in the human body: the pancreas, which houses islets, which in turn hold the insulin-secreting beta cells that falter and fail over the course of…
  • Joslin Discovery May Help Slow Aging and Prevent Age-Related Chronic Disease

    Joslin Communications
    15 Dec 2014 | 8:10 am
    In a study published today by Nature, researchers at Joslin Diabetes Center used a microscopic worm (C. elegans) to identify a new path that could lead to drugs to slow aging and the chronic diseases that often accompany it—and might even lead to better cosmetics. The Joslin team looked at how treatments known to boost longevity in the one-millimeter long C. elegans (including calorie restriction and treatment with the drug rapamycin) affected the expression of genes that produce collagen and other proteins that make up the extra-cellular matrix (ECM), the framework of scaffolding that…
  • The Speaking of Diabetes Holiday Guide

    Joslin Communications
    12 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Eat, drink and be safely merry with these holiday tips from Joslin! What to Get the PWD’s on Your Nice List Some people are hard to shop for, and buying gifts for your friends and family members with diabetes may present unique challenges—while homemade cookies and the entire series of “Friends” on DVD make great gifts for some, people with diabetes may be looking for things that will benefit their lifestyle of trying to remain active and healthy. Here, we have a detailed list of ideas for gifts for all the PWD’s on your gift-giving list. Read this article Tips for Disassociating…
  • “Frozen,” and Other Stories: Relatable Characters for Kids with Diabetes

    Joslin Communications
    10 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Disney’s creative director John Lasseter revealed the movie Frozen’s main character Elsa from Frozen was directly inspired by those with type 1 diabetes. Many people identify with fictional characters in books, television, and film, often looking to them for an emotional connection. How many people have felt a bond with Elizabeth Bennet or felt the struggle of George Bailey? But for those living with diabetes, especially children and young adults, finding a character who shares their disease is easier said than done. Now the diabetes community can add one more to their list. This…
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  • Hello world!

    Adjoa
    20 Dec 2014 | 9:05 pm
    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
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    Battle Diabetes

  • Blood type could determine diabetes risk

    M Tyler
    19 Dec 2014 | 12:25 pm
    A large-scale study published in Diabetologia reveals that your blood type may determine your risk for developing type 2 diabetes. More than 80,000 women from the E3N cohort in France were involved in the new research, which found significant differences between blood groups and diabetes risk. Women with blood group A were 10 percent more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than women with type-O blood, while women with type B-blood were 21 percent more likely to develop the condition than O-blood people. Individuals with AB blood were found to be 17 percent more likely to develop type 2…
  • Diabetes 'Charity' Appears on Newspaper's Worst Charities List

    Ross Bonander
    17 Dec 2014 | 6:03 pm
    The Tampa Bay Times and the Center for Investigative Reporting have published their list of America's 50 worst charities, and there's a diabetes charity among them. Their criteria for inclusion is rather simple: the more money a charity spends on soliciting donations, the worse it is. Not only does it mean that less money goes towards actually helping the people the charity is supposed to be helping, it also means that the charity is a de facto business generator for solicitors, for companies who operate fundraisers for these charities. The overwhelming majority of charities on the list have…
  • How to Reduce Heart Disease Risk with Type 1 Diabetes (Video)

    victoria1981
    16 Dec 2014 | 9:37 am
    A study has found that those with type 1 diabetes who are unable to control their blood sugar levels are at higher risk of developing heart disease. More Videos
  • American Diabetes Association's 'Healthy Holiday Meal' Plan

    M Tyler
    16 Dec 2014 | 8:56 am
    December is a time when menu planning for diabetes can be tricky - many holiday recipes are simply too sugar- or carbohydrate-rich to be healthy for individuals with blood sugar concerns. To combat this problem, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) elicited a national poll, asking the country to vote online each week for their favorite holiday-inspired flavors and foods. From this poll, the ADA teamed up with Robyn Webb, an award-winning cookbook author and Food Editor of Diabetes Forecast, to create a collection of recipes they're calling America's Healthy Holiday Meal. “During the…
  • 5 Warm and Cozy Diabetic Drinks for the Holidays

    M Tyler
    11 Dec 2014 | 1:39 pm
    During a time when sugary treats are found at every turn, steering clear of carbohydrate-rich cocktails becomes even more important for people managing diabetes this holiday season. As is the case any time you drink alcohol, watch your consumption - even low-sugar beverages can disrupt your hormone levels and interfere with insulin control. But if you're in the mood to celebrate and get merry, try one of these diabetes-friendly, festive concoctions: 1. Adult Peppermint Hot Chocolate Healthwise makes a delicious low-carb and low-sugar hot chocolate beverage. Add the powdered packet to hot…
 
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    Yahoo Health

  • Is Running Really Bad for Your Knees?

    20 Dec 2014 | 9:00 am
    The most common running injuries hit the knees. But, running gets a bad rap, but running can strengthen the knee, and those who run throughout their lives have stronger knees than those who don’t.
  • The New Genetics of Schizophrenia

    20 Dec 2014 | 7:00 am
    The largest study ever conducted of people with schizophrenia has found 83 new gene locations, some in surprising places — findings that will allow researchers to pursue new theories about what causes the disease and how to treat it.
  • 9 Secrets To Lasting Weight Loss

    20 Dec 2014 | 4:00 am
    Armed with these simple tips, you can painlessly shed pounds. (Photo: Stocksy) Mindful eating may not be a mainstream weight-loss tactic (yet), but that doesn’t mean it’s unsupported by science. In a 2013 Kent State University study, researchers found that mindfulness strategies — for example, paying close attention to the taste and smell of food, and attending to hunger and fullness — significantly increased people’s satiety after a meal.
  • 5 Low-Carb Holiday Side Dishes You'll Love

    20 Dec 2014 | 4:00 am
    Holiday dinners can be heavy on the meat and bread, but there are loads of ways to get more veggies into this year’s meal.
  • Planned Parenthood Supported New Spending Bill Despite Its Anti-Abortion Measures. Here's Why.

    19 Dec 2014 | 12:47 pm
    The bill contains provisions that bar federal funding for most abortions, forbid federal and local funding for abortions in the District of Columbia, and deny abortion funds for federal prisoners. So why would Planned Parenthood ever be OK with this?
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  • Making Dietary Adjustments When Chronic Disease Strikes

    Dorsa
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    There are too many people that give up when they are diagnosed with a chronic disease. It seems like the very word “chronic” tends to make people feel as though there is nothing they can do, nothing they can change to reverse, stop, or even slow the process of chronic disease. Just the word insinuates hopelessness, so what is the point of even trying, right? “Chronic disease” are words that no one wants to hear, and there is no doubt that being diagnosed with a chronic disease is a life changing situation. There is absolutely no reason to give up, though. Instead, try to use your…
  • Ten Healthy Lunches for Children with Diabetes

    Dorsa
    15 Dec 2014 | 6:00 am
    Feeding children in just about any situation can be tricky. Kids are notorious for being picky. If your child has diabetes, that pickiness can start to make meal times even more difficult. Especially in the middle of the day, when your child needs a good meal to fill them up and keep them energized for the remainder of the day, you want to have healthy meal choices. To make you both happy, here are ten ideas for great healthy lunches that even your picky diabetic child could appreciate: Lunch Wraps Cut down on carbohydrates by making a wrap instead of a sandwich. Simply fold some lean lunch…
  • How To Create A Vegetarian Meal For Kidney Disease Patients

    Dorsa
    10 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    With all of the benefits of a vegetarian diet, many people are choosing to try a few new things. Especially for kidney disease patients, a vegetarian diet can be extremely beneficial to help lessen uncomfortable symptoms and even potentially slow the progression of kidney disease. To help you start your new healthier diet, you might need a few tips. Here is how to create a vegetarian meal for your kidney disease patients. Breakfast 2 carbohydrate choices: Such as white bread, toast, oatmeal, cream of wheat, cereal, or muffin. 1 fruit: Such as one serving of fruit from a can, one apple, or…
  • Tips For Eating Healthy During The Holidays With Kidney Disease

    Dorsa
    3 Nov 2014 | 6:00 am
    The holidays are a time of celebration and family togetherness. They also tend to be a time of over-indulgence and over-eating. After all, when you think of the holidays you likely think of things like putting up decorations, wrapping gifts, and what you are going to cook for your big holiday meal. If you have kidney disease, you have to be careful about what you eat. Many typical holiday meals are full of sugar, sodium, and lots of other stuff that you should be monitoring with your diet. Luckily, you can still enjoy the holidays and manage to eat healthy. Here are a few tips to make eating…
  • How Does A Vegetarian Diet Help With Kidney Failure

    Dorsa
    27 Oct 2014 | 6:00 am
    There are many diets that can help with the symptoms of kidney failure. A vegetarian diet is one of the most popular diets that has shown to slow the progression of kidney disease as well as help patients feel better. There are many reasons why a vegetarian diet is helpful for kidney failure as well as many other health complications. Protein For kidney failure patients, they have to be careful about their protein intake. Plant based protein is easier for your body to absorb and process. It is recommended that two thirds of everyone’s protein intake come from high quality plant sources.
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  • Ideal Diabetic Footwear

    14 Dec 2014 | 9:15 pm
    The DiaStep TM (shown above) is a unique product of research between M.V. Hospital for Diabetes and   the Central Leather Research Institute , Chennai, supported by Novo Nordisk Educational Foundation. It is specially designed for diabetic patients who have neuropathy, minor foot deformation and foot complication. Special features: A PU sole with extra depth for effective pressure
  • Tips on Choosing Foot wear

    8 Dec 2014 | 9:11 pm
    When you have diabetes, the type of shoes you wear is very important. The following are some important tips. Buy shoes in the evening because your feet swell a little during the day. Get your feet measured while standing, each time you buy shoes. Feet change in shape and size as neuropathy progresses.  Footwear should be well- fitting and comfortable when you buy it.  DON’T wear ill- fitting
  • Know Your Diabetes Numbers

    1 Dec 2014 | 9:13 pm
    Target blood glucose for most people with diabetes: In the morning before eating and before meals, it should be ≥ 70 mg/dl  and ≤120 mg/dl. 1 ½  - 2 hours after eating, it should be ≤160 mg/dl. What level of blood glucose is too low? Less than 70 mg/dl What level of blood glucose is too high? Over 180 mg/dl : Talk to your doctor on next visit. Over 300 mg/
  • World Diabetes Day

    24 Nov 2014 | 1:02 am
      World Diabetes Day (WDD) was celebrated on November 14. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and its member associations spearhead the World Diabetes Day movement. It ropes in millions of people worldwide in diabetes advocacy and awareness. A brief history World Diabetes Day was created in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation and the World Health Organization in
  • CAUTION: Germs Thrive at Work too.

    17 Nov 2014 | 4:12 am
    A study found that a virus went from the front door to half the office in four hours! In a study researchers contaminated the front door  of an office with a  virus and found it had  spread  to  half the office employees in 4 hours. Within 2 hours it had spread to the break room – coffeepot, microwave button, fridge door handle and then spread to rest rooms, individual offices and
 
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  • The Gentle Season

    theperfectd
    18 Dec 2014 | 10:26 am
    Not feeling it these days. The halls may be decked and the menorahs may be lit, but right now, the muttering of humbugs are drowning out the choirs of angels. If not for The Kid, I have a feeling that John and I would be jetting off to parts unknown, sunblock in hand. Truth be […]
  • #Giving Tuesday – More Than One Way To Give

    theperfectd
    2 Dec 2014 | 8:01 am
    The diabetes community has something in common besides malfunctioning pancreases*: our giving nature. *I prefer pancrei, but Webster’s would probably laugh at the petition. We do it all year round and in many ways: Spare A Rose, Save A Child; JDRF and ADA Walks, volunteering time and talent to projects like Nightscout (CGM in The Cloud) […]
  • How Much Do Diabetes Supplies/Medications Cost in The U.S.?

    theperfectd
    1 Dec 2014 | 3:07 pm
    While everyone’s diabetes treatment plan, medications, and technology may be different, there is one thing we can all agree on: diabetes is expensive. In two previous posts at The Perfect D, I gave some sense of what the bare minimum of care for a U.S. adult with Type 1 diabetes would be and also financial […]
  • It’s Black Friday. And I need your help.

    theperfectd
    28 Nov 2014 | 7:15 am
    Originally posted on Diabetes Blog - Happy-Medium.net:Did I say I need your help? In fact, we need your help. For the next week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has a docket open, waiting for public comment from you and me and anyone else living with or affected by diabetes. What makes this…
  • My Affair With Earnest Hemingway…

    theperfectd
    28 Nov 2014 | 7:11 am
    My affair with Earnest Hemingway is neither about love, nor about hate. It is about his paucity of words and the emotions you must mortar into the cracks of his meanings. It is about his inability to end a story (or even his life) with any hope or joy. It is about his words that slip […]
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    Dalmia Herbal Store

  • Brittle Diabetes –Symptoms, Risk, Prevention and Treatment

    Admin
    18 Dec 2014 | 11:02 pm
    “Brittle diabetes” is also known as unstable diabetes. It is a type of diabetes when blood glucose level often swings rapidly from high to low and vice-versa. These swings in glucose level can affect individual’s health and even prompt hospitalization. Progresses in diabetes management have made this condition rare, but this condition is still a […]
  • Type1 Diabetes – Bionic Pancreas Controls Blood Sugar level

    Admin
    18 Dec 2014 | 1:23 am
    What is bionic pancreas? The “bionic pancreas” – a gadget that uses an advanced computer system working together with a few diabetes management gadgets — effectively controlled glucose levels in its first real-world trials on grown-ups and youngsters with type 1 diabetes. “The gadget is inherently automated” said study senior author Edward Damiano, an associate […]
  • Type1 Diabetes – Diet Plan with Highly Nutritive Values

    Admin
    16 Dec 2014 | 9:49 pm
    Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which the body can’t properly process the sugars. This occurs because the pancreas no more delivers enough insulin for this process. Insulin is a hormone that helps to move glucose into body cells, and utilized for vitality. Due to the lack of insulin, glucose develops in the bloodstream. […]
  • Diabetes May Be a Reason for Hair Loss

    Admin
    15 Dec 2014 | 10:08 pm
    Diabetes is the condemnation of the current society. The various factors like stress, inactive lifestyle and unhealthy food play a role in the occurrence of diabetes. Diabetes is linked with various issues, in which hair loss is also an issue that is generally not known by everyone. According to a study, individuals with diabetes have […]
  • Helpful Suggestions For Diabetic Patients-Need to Know

    Admin
    14 Dec 2014 | 10:43 pm
    Diabetes mellitus is a chronic ailment, a concern towards the society today. As stated by the World Health Organization, above 30 million individuals with diabetes. Diabetes is caused by sugar metabolism, protein and fat in the body. Symptoms of diabetes are level of glucose higher than normal and sugar in the pee. Whether adults or […]
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  • CDC Warns People Not To Eat Caramel Apples Because Of Listeria Concerns

    healthy_blogging
    19 Dec 2014 | 7:11 pm
    by Joseph The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning Americans not to eat commercially produced, prepackaged caramel apples. The warning comes after an outbreak of Listeria which has resulted in 5 deaths and 26 hospitalizations. Although caramel apples are often a seasonal food, the contaminated apples may still be on sale in stores, retail outlets or in consumers homes, the agency said. The CDC is working with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on what the CDC calls an investigation that is"rapidly evolving". The CDC is warning consumers: "If you have any commercially…
  • Bleating Heart Cheese Recall Various Cheeses Due Health Risk

    healthy_blogging
    18 Dec 2014 | 7:30 am
    by Joseph According to a press release posted on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) website, Bleating Heart Cheese (BHC) is voluntarily recalling various sheep milk and cow’s milk cheese produced in late May, late June and early July of 2014, because sampling by the (FDA) found the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in at least one sample of the following cheese products: “Ewelicious Blue” – natural rind, aged 2 – 3 months, identifying code 14-0618 on the bottom side of the label. “Fat Bottom Girl” - natural rind, aged 2 – 3 months, identifying code 14-0702 on the bottom…
  • Breast Cancer in Poor Women - Later Diagnosis

    healthy_blogging
    18 Dec 2014 | 4:00 am
    Breast Cancer in Poor Women - Later Diagnosis Submitted by: Heather MacGibbon. CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians report for 2011 shows that later detection of breast cancer in poor woman has lead to a higher mortality rate then that of non poor women – who generally receive more frequent screenings. "In general, progress in reducing breast cancer death rates is being seen across races/ethnicities, socioeconomic status, and across the U.S.," said Otis W. Brawley, M.D., chief medical officer of the American Cancer Society. "However, not all women have benefited equally. Poor women are now…
  • Flat Creek Farm & Dairy Recalls Cheese Due To Possible Health Risk

    healthy_blogging
    15 Dec 2014 | 7:27 pm
    by Joseph According to a press release posted on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) website, Flat Creek Farm & Dairy of Swainsboro, GA has recalled 3 lots of cheese due to potential contamination with Salmonella. According to the press release the recalled cheese lots have the following lot codes: 140802XAZ (Aztec Cheddar) 140702XAZ (Low Country Gouda voluntary recall) 140725XGO (Aztec Cheddar voluntary recall The lot codes can be found on the front of the packages. According to Flat Creek records, as of November 25, 2014 all of the purchasers have been notified and all but 1.5…
  • Giant Eagle Recalls Apple Pistachio Salad With or Without Chicken Due To Possible Health Risk

    healthy_blogging
    14 Dec 2014 | 6:57 pm
    by Joseph According to a postng on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) website, Giant Eagle is recalling Giant Eagle Apple Pistachio Salad and Apple Pistachio Salad with Chicken because these salads might contain fresh cut Gala red apples that have been recalled by Del Monte Fresh Produce N.A. due to potential contamination by Listeria monocytogenes. The recall is being implemented because samples of red apple slices produced by Del Monte and collected by the Division of Food Safety of the Ohio Department of Agriculture tested positive for Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes…
 
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