Diabetic Rugby Player Hopes To Inspire Health Management

June 7, 2017

Diabetic Rugby Player Hopes To Inspire Health Management Healthy eating campaign There is a healthy eating campaign in the UK & a Type 2 diabetic rugby player will also be featured. Diabetic rugby player Aged 28, Dan Millington is 1 of 7 people to feature in the Diabetes UK led ‘food you love’ campaign & will be a showcasing how he has not let diabetes come in between him and…

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Diabetes and Brittle Bones Connection

June 7, 2017

Diabetes and Brittle Bones Connection  We know that there are many serious side effects that come with diabetes. They are heart trouble, nerve damage, kidney failure, blindness & amputations. We now hear of a new connection of diabetes with high risk of bone fractures. We got the transcript of an interview between the Bioscience-Medicine reporter Wendy Rigby and Dr. Ajeya Joshi of South Texas Spinal Clinic on this topic. The…

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Risk of Eye Disease in Young Generation with Diabetes.

June 6, 2017

Risk of Eye Disease in Young Generation with Diabetes. New study Young adults with the Type 2 diabetes on high risk to develop an eye disease, researchers say. Diabetic retinopathy This is the most common form of eye disease. This can be seen when changes in blood glucose levels cause changes in retinal blood vessels. We find out about this very late & it usually affects up to 80% of…

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Local Rehab Partners with Southern Ontario-based Company

June 6, 2017

Local Rehab Partners with Southern Ontario-based Company A North Bay business has expanded after it joined forces with a Southern Ontario-based company. Reconnect which provides speech, language & swallowing assessment to adults with difficulties from brain injury, stroke and neurological diseases has now converted to Community Rehab North, the 1st Northern Ontario location for the Community Rehab, which has its head office in Hamilton & has branches in London, Brampton,…

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3 Men Arrested in Florida Claim Eating Human Flesh Cures Diabetes and Depression

June 6, 2017

3 Men Arrested in Florida Claim Eating Human Flesh Cures Diabetes and Depression Fake news Florida The reports of the arrest of 3 cannibalistic Floridians who seem to have feasted on human remains for some medical reasons are fake news. Type 1 & 2 diabetes and depression Furthermore, they believe that eating human flesh cures diabetes and depression by 3 Florida men who were arrested. The Miami Herald web site…

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Diabetes transforming you into real-life cyborgs

June 6, 2017

Diabetes Transforming You Into Real-life Cyborgs   Types of Diabetes We know there are 2 types of diabetes namely Type 1 and Type 2. Type 1 is an incurable autoimmune disorder whereas Type 2 is a lifestyle disease that can be cured and reversed. Diabetes is among the fastest growing diseases in the world. If we leave it untreated, it can cause life-threatening conditions & also death.  We now see…

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Australia soft drinks increases risk of diabetes

June 5, 2017

Australia soft drinks increases risk of diabetes Research on Aussie soft drinks The Aussie soft drinks have a much higher level of glucose which is a cause of the hike in chances to develop a heart disease & Type 2 diabetes. Things to know: The Australian soft drinks increases the risk of diabetes as there is 22% more glucose in contrast to the US brands. More than 30% of population…

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How conventional Bolivian healers deal with diabetes crisis

How conventional Bolivian healers deal with diabetes crisis
May 24, 2017

How conventional Bolivian healers deal with diabetes crisis   Bolivia joins hands with traditional healers to help diabetics who are wary of modern medicine.   Diabetes is fast emerging into a national crisis in Bolivia. Nearly half a million Bolivians, some 4.5% of the total population, suffer from the disease & a change of diet is being held responsible. With many diabetics also not comfortable with modern medicine, the government…

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Islet Cell Diabetes Treatment – Cure for all Diabetic Conditions in Sight

Islet Cell Diabetes Treatment
May 22, 2017

Islet Cell Diabetes Treatment – Cure for all Diabetic Conditions in Sight The day is not far when doctors will be able to “Cure” Diabetes Patients With A Bio-Engineered Pancreas Implant Science is always been on the lookout for more sophisticated medical treatments, unfortunately even the most forward thinking methods can have a inadequate effect on genetic conditions. That’s why it’s amazing that scientists are now at the brink of…

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How do I manage my blood glucose level

 How do I manage my blood glucose level How do I manage my blood glucose level  You want to manage your blood glucose levels, here is an app that will help. For individuals with type 2 diabetes, managing glucose levels can be a daily challenge. Recently,  introduction of a new algorithm-based app may soon take some of this stress away. New app A lot of work pending in the process….

May 12, 2017
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WALK TO DEFEAT DIABETES

WALK TO DEFEAT DIABETES Diabetes type 1 Recently, an 11-year-old Florida boy set out to cure diabetes and his family decided to sell their home and everything in it.     Named Noah Barnes, he has type 1 diabetes diagnosed since he was 16 months old. He wants to make sure that no child has to go through what he is going through. The Noah’s March Foundation has raised $15,000…

May 12, 2017
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Unconventional Diabetes Treatment

May 12, 2017

Unconventional diabetes treatment Scientists discover unconventional diabetes treatment in Texas.  Diabetes is the disease whereby a human is inability to process the carbohydrates. A condition that if left untreated could lead to catastrophic health consequences such as lethargy, diminished eyesight, heart attacks, common strokes, sometimes blindness and a loss of blood circulation in the feet that could lead to amputation. At the University of Texas, health researchers think that they…

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Positive Effect of Cold Temperature on Diabetics

experimental research on effect of temperature on diabetes
May 12, 2017

Experimental research on effect of temperature on diabetics Can the temperature make a difference? Yes, by lowering the central heating temperature by a mere 1 degree Centigrade, it could ease the effects of type 2 diabetes- according to a new study. Cool temperature eases diabetics Dutch researchers clearly believe that, if we expose people with the type 2 diabetes to slightly cooler climate then, Indeed it could increase insulin sensitivity by more…

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Chillies for diabetes

May 12, 2017

Chillies for diabetes Chilli for diabetes is because when we eat chilli, it interacts with the same receptor in our stomachs. The result is that it help calm the gut, scientists at the University of Connecticut found. During experimentation with Mice, they were fed both chilli peppers and the class B drug showed less inflammation in their guts. Chilli peppers cure diabetes Also, the researchers even found that they were…

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Diabetes in kids

Diabetes in kids   We all know that Diabetes is a growing problem in our kids. Fact: Every year 25000 children diagnosed with diabetes. To start, there are 2 different types of childhood diabetes namely Type 1 & Type 2. Type 1 diabetes was initially called Juvenile Onset diabetes & is typically diagnosed in children and adolescents. Only five percent of those with diabetes have Type 1. Our parents worry…

May 10, 2017
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Clinical Control of Diabetes by Artificial Pancreas

latest research on the artificial pancreas,
May 10, 2017

Clinical control of diabetes by artificial pancreas   Could anyone believe that artificial organs could just be the norm where scientific research is considered? Well, the University of Virginia has successfully developed also done a trial on the artificial pancreas to help children control Type 1 diabetes. This could well be a major breakthrough in scientific research that will send shock waves throughout the community moving ahead.     Research…

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Can Synthetic Biology Finally Cure Diabetes?

Can Synthetic Biology Finally Cure Diabetes
May 4, 2017

Can Synthetic Biology Finally Cure Diabetes? The Type 1 diabetes is one of the most discouraging disease. Although we have the availability of synthetic insulin and increasingly sophisticated monitoring technology, it is yet a condition that requires incessant vigilance. The diabetics must constantly track their blood sugar levels and re-evaluate their drug dosage. None the less, despite the management, bad days remain almost inevitable. If we intake large amount of…

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Brooklyn Borough President Adams Completely Reversed his Diabetes in 8 Months – An Inspiring True Story

Brooklyn Borough President Adams Completely Reversed his Diabetes in 8 Months - An Inspiring True Story
April 27, 2017

Brooklyn Borough President Adams Completely Reversed his Diabetes in 8 Months – this is a really inspiring true story set right in present day United Sates of America. About a year ago, current Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams admitted that he was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes & a sugar level so elevated that his doctors were surprised he wasn’t already in a coma. After consulting with many specialists…

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Denise Kissed Insulin Goodbye – Find out how!

April 19, 2017

Denise Kissed Insulin Goodbye – Find out how! Doctors had Denise convinced that there was nothing she could do about her type 2 diabetes. She felt she might as well get used to giving herself shots the rest of her life. Then one day, everything changed. Have you ever met someone who opened your thinking up to a whole new world of possibility? That’s what happened to Denise, through encounters…

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Are Berries Good for Diabetics

Are berries good for the diabetic
April 17, 2017

Are berries good for diabetics Before we dive into the question “Are berries good for diabetics” let us talk a bit about fruits in general. Higher consumption of fresh fruit is directly linked with a lower occurrance of type 2 diabetes & reduced complications in people with already diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, research suggests. The study was spearheaded by Huaidong Du of the Univ. of Oxford, which found people…

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America’s Juvenile Diabetes is Climbing

America's juvenile diabetes is climbing
April 15, 2017

America’s juvenile diabetes is climbing The rate at which America’s juvenile diabetes is climbing & researchers don’t know why. A 1st-ever study of new diabetes diagnoses of American youth under age twenty found both Types 1 & 2 diabetes surged from 2002-2012. The diagnosis of fresh episodes of Type 2 diabetes, directly linked with obesity, increased about 5 percentage each year from 2002 to 2012, the research said, while new…

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What is Good Diabetes Eating?

What is Good Diabetes Eating
April 10, 2017

What is Good Diabetes Eating? For many, eating delicious food when you are on a Diabetic diet seems to be an unsolvable mystery. “I have Diabetes, how can I eat tasty food again?   If you have done your research right, then you know already that everything you really crave is available to you in form or another. Craving for a cake? There are lots of cake recipes that taste…

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New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes – California University, San Diego Research

New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes
April 8, 2017

New Drug Discovered Which Can Completely Reverse Diabetes All over the world, the incidence of people with diabetes has been rising since 1980, with 422 million people diagnosed 3 years back (and increasing ever since). The United States of America alone has experienced a substantial rise in the number of diabetics, with the number of Americans diagnosed going up from 5.5 million in 1980, to 22 million in 2014, which…

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Sports is a Natural Insulin Substitute for Type 1 Diabetes

Sports is a Natural Insulin Substitute for Type 1 Diabetes
March 8, 2017

Sports is a Natural Insulin Substitute for Type 1 Diabetes In the case of physical activity, the insulin requirement drops. People with type 1 diabetes must therefore adjust their therapy during sports. Recent recommendations have recently been published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology. Here you can read the most important tips.   Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes Differences & Similarities   Movement is doing well and is even…

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