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  • Tips for Buying a Manual Wheelchair

    By Adam Nicolson

    Today, many people use electric wheelchairs. However, there is still a place for manual wheelchairs. Many people, with mobility issues, own both.  Read..

  • What Are Online Diabetic Supplies?

    By Julian Valencia

    Diabetic supplies are the solutions/products for diabetic patients to make their life better and keep them in pink of their health. Diabetes is a very common disease and each year hundreds of thousands of people are affected by diabetes. It is a chronic disease with high sugar level in blood. In some cases of diabetes, patients need frequent injection of insulin, or have to take oral insulin. Both of it result in an increase in their daily expenses. As a result, discount diabetic supplies came into picture. These are effective medicines and methods to control diabetic condition and many such products are easily available in market.  Read..

  • Diabetes: A simple guide to Medical Treatment

    By Paul Buntrage

    Education and knowledge regarding the various modes of treatment is essential in all types of diabetes. Although medical treatment of people is highly individualized, depending on the type of diabetes, whether you have other active complications and your age and general health at time of diagnosis, only a handful of medications have become commonplace.  Read..

  • 5 Major Myths about Diabetes

    By Donald Mckenzie Jr

    1) If You Have Diabetes You Will Always Be Sick
    The truth is, diabetics can lead ordinary, healthy and productive lives. As long as they always keep their blood levels in check and eat well, they can live just like those without diabetes.  Read..

  • How To Delay Or Avoid Type 2 Diabetes

    By Kevin

    Diabetes is a disease caused by the inability of the body to properly produce insulin, a hormone that helps the body convert food to energy. In type 2 diabetes the body does not produce enough insulin or it produces insulin which is ineffective in regulating the body's blood sugar levels.  Read..

  • Does Hypnosis Influence Diabetes?

    By Rene Graeber

    For many families, diabetes means constant medical care and expensive medication. That coupled with the illness and it is easy to see why depression sets in. For this reason, we are also seeing a new group of people with diabetes turning to hypnosis to help.  Read..

  • Knowing The Symptoms Of Diabetes And How To Address Them

    By Charlene J. Nuble

    Diabetes mellitus is a condition resulting from the pancreas’ inability to produce enough insulin, which is needed by the body to help create energy. A deficiency of or ineffectiveness of insulin leads to high glucose levels in the blood, thus, leading to this illness.  Read..

  • Controlling Type II Diabetes Through Diet And Exercise

    By Sintilia Miecevole

    If you have been diagnosed with adult onset type II Diabetes, you may be able to control your condition through diet and exercise.  Read..

  • Treatment of Diabetes

    By Hans Hasselfors

    Now a day’s diabetes treatment has become a common disease among people. It is caused due to mismanagement of carbohydrate metabolism inside the body.  Read..

  • Are You At Risk Of Contracting Diabetes

    By Gary Matthews

    Are You At Risk Of Contracting Diabetes
    It is unbelievable, but today there are at least 20 million people living with diabetes in America and the sad part is that it was possible to prevent and heal pre-diabetes and diabetes type 2 naturally with balanced nutrition, and basic exercise.  Read..

  • Free Diabetes Supplies - How Can You Get Them?

    By Flor Serquina

    The average person with diabetes racks up more than $13,000 in medical care annually, compared to nearly $3,000 for people without diabetes. Although the price tag sounds high, the toll of uncontrolled blood glucose levels and associated complications is much higher.  Read..

  • Understanding Diabetes

    By David Chandler

    To manage diabetes, it helps to understand how it affects your body. In healthy people, the body turns food into glucose (blood sugar) to use for energy. Insulin, produced by the pancreas, is the hormone responsible for shuttling glucose into the body's cells where it is either used right away or stored for later use.  Read..

  • Prevent Diabetes Through Managing Stress

    By Khim Lim

    Stress plays a big part in triggering or aggravating all major illnesses; including cardiovascular problems, strokes and also, diabetes. Researchers have determined that work related stress is linked to many metabolic syndromes including high cholesterol and triglycerides and high blood pressure. Thus, to prevent diabetes, you should think about reducing the level of stress.  Read..

  • How to Exercise With Type 1 and 2 Diabetes

    By Donald Mckenzie Jr

    A very easy tip for diabetics to remember is exercise will cause your body to process glucose a lot faster and automatically lower blood sugar. The more intense the exercise, the faster your body will use glucose. It is always important to understand the differences in exercising with diabetes.  Read..

  • Diabetic Symptoms - What Are Its Signs, Diagnosis And How Can You Prevent It?

    By Dean Shainin

    The onset of diabetes symptoms is varied, depending on its particular type. Most Type 2 diabetes cases have a slow onset, taking years before the signs start to appear. However, in Type 1 cases, particularly in children, the symptoms may appear rapidly, taking only months or even weeks.  Read..

  • What Are The Symptoms Of Type 2 Diabetes

    Type 2 diabetes, which is sometimes called non-insulin dependent diabetes, is a condition that develops over time. Your body becomes resistant to the effects of insulin resulting in increased blood sugar levels. Family history of diabetes and obesity are two of the biggest risks factors for developing type 2 diabetes.  Read..

  • Knock Down that Blood Sugar

    By awallad

    I knew I had to make some changes to take care of my high blood sugar. What my doctor and I wanted to do were two different things. His path was conventional. Take some drugs to lower the blood sugar. I thought differently. I wanted to reduce my sugar in a natural way. Getting to the source of the problem rather than treating the symptom made more sense to me.  Read..

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