Diabetes research and findings happen almost everyday. And, to effectively fight your War On Diabetes, you need to know what’s going on. The more you know, the better you can fight the disease and win your War On Diabetes.
New Treatment Charts This is really important (why else would it be first?). These charts guide doctors in how they develop treatment plans for Type 2 Diabetes. Yes, this is written by our pharmacist, Katherine, and it’s so important. These charts let you know what your doctor is thinking, or using, and will make you a better patient.
Sugar Drinks Increase Risk of Type 2 Diabetes by 22%. We all know that sugary drinks can contribute to getting Type 2 Diabetes, but only one 12 ounce can a day can make a difference? Really? Really!
Teen’s Body Image Can Lead to Later Obesity – Which leads to Type 2 Diabetes. Suggestions on how you can really help your child, or friend, gain and maintain a positive self-image.
Proactive Approach to Diabetes Prevention – A hospital in Louisiana is taking a proactive approach for those who are at risk for Diabetes. Perhaps it will be a model that will sweep the nation. Prevention is much less expensive than treatment.
Sharing Diabetes With Others – Such a difficult thing to do sometimes, so we minimize it, hide it; try to be normal. And what happens? We might pay a price. This is the second of a three-part article.
Low Calorie Diet Helps in Treatment of Diabetes. Okay, this may or may not be a revelation to you. But this article compares low calorie diets with gastric by-pass surgery. Guess what? They are equally effective!
Take a look at Diabetes News. Great place to find out new discoveries and newsworthy articles.
As always, thank you for reading.