Diabetes Archive

  • Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

    Diabetes and Erectile Dysfunction

    Men with diabetes have a greater risk of ED than men generally. Various studies show that 35% to 75% of men with diabetes will develop some degree of ED and more than 50 % will develop ED within 10 years of the onset of diabetes. […]

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  • How Do Diabetic Socks Help?

    How Do Diabetic Socks Help?

    Diabetic socks are starting to become common amongst people that aren’t even suffering with any disease and it may be hard for some people to understand why this is, the fact is not many people know what they are or why are they are needed. […]

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  • Diabetes Treatment News: June, 20

    Diabetes Treatment News: June, 20

    Utah kids headed to Washington to lobby lawmakers to fund diabetes treatment, research SALT LAKE CITY — Two Utah children coping with diabetes are headed to Washington to ask Congress to help them fight the disease. Eleven-year-old Ethan Erickson, of Taylorsville, and 12-year-old Savannah Taylor, […]

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  • Diabetes and White Foods

    Diabetes and White Foods

    Are carbohydrates “Public Enemy No. 1″ for diabetics? Many published sources have told us that carbohydrates are at the root of many of our health problems including diabetes. Carbohydrates come in two forms: 1. Complex carbohydrates consist of substances that contain three or more molecules […]

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  • Diabetes and Nutrition – The First Steps

    Diabetes and Nutrition – The First Steps

    First of all, monitoring your condition is one of the most important things you must do. Using a free diabetes meter can help assure that your blood-sugar levels are where they should be. Once you are clear on what your levels are, then you will […]

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  • Is There a Medication That Can Cure Diabetes?

    Is There a Medication That Can Cure Diabetes?

    Researchers have announced that a combination of two existing medications, Januvia (sitagliptin) and Prevacid (lansoprazole) may regenerate the lost beta-cells that the pancreas uses to make insulin. Type 1 diabetics are people who have already lost all, or essentially all of their beta-cells. Type 2 […]

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  • Diabetes News

    Diabetes News

    Abbott recalls diabetes strips THE Health Sciences Authority (HSA) is overseeing the voluntary recall of 43 Abbott MediSense Optium Blood Glucose Test Strips. But the blood monitoring device is not affected by the recall. The affected test strips may give inaccurate results to diabetic patients, […]

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  • Diabetes Treatment News

    Diabetes Treatment News

    Taking the fight to diabetes The “Chance of a Lifetime” gala benefitting the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation always can be summed up into one word: enormous. To wit: the 31st annual event Saturday drew more than 3,000 guests to McCormick Place’s sprawling Lakeside Ballroom, featured […]

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