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Blood Sugar Testing
What is a good blood sugar range for a person with diabetes? How do you check your blood sugar? When should you check your blood sugar? What is your A1c test? Learn the answers to these and other important questions regarding blood sugar testing. (Normal blood sugar level and Diabetes Management)

Transient Ischemic Attack
Risk factors for strokes and TIAs are very similar. The risk of a TIA or stroke is higher among men, African Americans, people over age 65, and people with heart disease or diabetes. Smokers, people with high blood pressure, and people who are overweight also have a greater risk for TIAs and strokes. (Diabetes Research and TIAs and Stroke)

Diabetes: The Other "Silent Killer"
Like high blood pressure, diabetes is a disease that sneaks up on millions of Americans. It's increasingly recognized as a major cause of death and disability, yet many who suffer from diabetes are unaware they even have it until they experience a debilitating side effect of the disease. (High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Stroke, Nerve Damage)

Get Up And Go Vitamins
Americans are suffering from an energy crisis in more ways than one. Forget about sky-high fuel costs and consider this: in as many as 50 percent of all doctor visits, the chief complaint is fatigue. (Diabetes Nutrition, Fatigue, Exercise)

Daily Vitamins Could Prevent Vision Loss Among Thousands
If every American at risk for advanced age-related macular degeneration (AMD) took daily supplements of antioxidant vitamins and zinc, more than 300,000 people could avoid AMD-associated vision loss over the next five years, according to results of a new government study led in part by researchers at Johns Hopkins' Wilmer Eye Institute. (Macular Degeneration and Diabetes Complications)

Thief of Sight: Glaucoma
If you are at risk for developing glaucoma, take that risk seriously. Glaucoma is the second-most important cause of blindness in the United States (after diabetic retinopathy), and the single most important cause of blindness among African Americans. If glaucoma is detected early and treated properly, blindness can be prevented. There is no longer any reason for people to go blind from glaucoma! (Diabetes Education and Glaucoma)

The Skinny on Sugar Substitutes
If you are like most Americans, you love the sweet taste of sugar.  With an average consumption of over 20 teaspoons per person per day, we are a nation with an enormous sweet tooth. And chances are, even though you are working at slashing the sugar, you haven't lost your sweet tooth. Luckily, there are more choices than ever when it comes to sugar-free foods and sugar substitutes. Learn more about the sugar substitutes sucralose, aspartame, saccharin, acesulfame K and sugar alcohols. (Diabetic Cooking and Sugar Substitutes)

Why Take Supplements?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that a large percentage of Americans get less than 70 percent of the recommended dietary allowance of antioxidant vitamins and many essential minerals.  Countless studies link a host of diseases (including atherosclerosis and heart disease, high blood pressure, colitis, diabetes) to today's highly processed diet, high in saturated and trans fats, caffeine, and refined carbohydrates. (Diabetes Nutrition and Diabetes Management)

Coping With Nerve Pain - B Vitamin Relief
When you lack B vitamins, you may suffer pain in your hands or feet, signs of what's called peripheral neuropathy. The good news: B supplements can help your nerves calm down and stop screaming with pain. About 15 million Americans suffer from neuropathy, a nerve problem that can damage the nervous system and cause unrelenting aches and pains. In particular, people suffering from diabetes may suffer peripheral neuropathy when the sugar in their blood reaches and remains at dangerous levels. (Neuropathy and Diabetes Management)

Women's Hearts Break Too
More than 435,000 women have heart attacks each year and more than half die. In fact, while heart attack rates for men are falling, rates for women are on the rise. One in every two American women will die of heart disease. Yet doctors still overlook uniquely female cardiovascular risks, even to the point of misdiagnosing and dismissing women's heart attacks while they're happening. Find out more about the unique warning signs for heart disease in women. (Type 2 Diabetes and Heart Disease)

Addressing Womens Sexual Problems
Once researchers basically ignored women's sexual problems. The only area deemed worthy of study involved difficulties bearing children. The increasing number of people with diabetes encourages more researchers to focus on diabetes related problems, including sexual problems in women. (Diabetes Education)

An Avoidable Aging Bombshell
It's impossible to hold on to your youth if excesses of insulin are raging through your bloodstream.  Insulin resistance doesn't happen just because you're aging and you don't have to get it.  Approximately 25 percent of all seemingly normal, healthy nondiabetic older Americans have so-called insulin resistance. If you do have it, you can correct it before it does irreversible damage. (Diabetes education-- hyperinsulinemia)

Calcium and Vitamin D For Diabetes
While diet, exercise, weight loss, and medications are prescribed for people with diabetes, more Americans are turning to nutritional support for additional help. Studies confirm that vitamin D and calcium supplementation are associated with a reduced risk of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. (Diabetes Nutrition, Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes)

Eye Disease In African Americans
Time and again, studies show that poor blood glucose control increases the risk of complications such as diabetic retinopathy, a common cause of blindness. Now, a new caveat-the risk is particularly high in African Americans. (Retinopathy, Diabetic Complications, Type 1 Diabetes)

Erectile Problems Can Point To Heart Disease
A study from the American Journal of Medicine shows that men with erectile dysfunction (ED) are more likely to have existing heart disease or risk factors for heart disease than men who don't have erectile dysfunction. (Erectile Dysfunction, Diabetic Complications)
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Recognized Diabetes Education Programs
diabetes self-management education programs that are approved by the American Diabetes Association.

juvenile diabetes
former term for insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM), or Type 1 diabetes.

macrosomia (mack-roh-SOH-mee-ah)
abnormally large; in diabetes, refers to abnormally large babies that may be born to women with diabetes.

metabolic syndrome
the tendency of several conditions to occur together, including obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes or pre-diabetes, hypertension, and high lipids.

diabetogenic (DY-uh-beh-toh-JEN-ic)
causing diabetes. For example, some drugs cause blood glucose levels to rise, resulting in diabetes.
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