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Sorbitol: A Hazard For Diabetics
Conversion of glucose to sorbitol is greatly accelerated in diabetics, and that can cause dangerous complications over time. Since sorbitol can't exit from your cells very fast, and is not used in the body, it accumulates and attracts water. This causes the cells to swell, which can result in nerve, eye, kidney and blood vessel damage, as well as development of cataracts. (Sorbitol, Diabetic Complications, Type 2 Diabetes, Artificial Sweetener)

Are Leg Cramps Caused By Diabetes?
Leg cramps can be caused by a variety of reasons such as deficiencies in vitamins such as calcium and magnesium as well as diabetic neuropathy. (Neuropathy, Leg Cramps, Diabetic Complications)

Diabetes Damage Linked To Vitamin B1 Shortage
Diabetics have three-quarters less vitamin B1 in their blood than healthy people, research has shown. The experts found the shortage was linked to damage to the kidneys, retina and nerves in the arms and legs-common in diabetics.

Do You Know About Celiac Disease?
A link between diabetes and celiac disease, both autoimmune disorders, has been recognized for some time. People with type 1 diabetes have a greater risk for developing celiac disease, typically about 1 in 20. (In the general population, including people with type 2 diabetes, the rate may be as high as 1 in 133.) In most cases, diabetes is diagnosed first. (Celiac Disease, Diabetic Complications)

The Fish Factor
That salmon sizzling on your grill is much more than a delicious meal. The pink steak's fish oil (also available as supplements and prescriptions) may help heart attack sufferers live longer lives. (Heart Attack, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetic Complications)

Straight Talk: Diabetes And Intimacy
It's easy to pin a lagging libido on stress, depression, age, or lack of sleep. But when you have diabetes, there may be an underlying factor - symptoms related to diabetes. (Diabetic Complications, Erectile Dysfunction, ED, Depression)

Heart Of The Matter: The Care And Feeding Of Old Thumper
Coronary heart disease (CHD) remains the single largest killer of American men and women. One of every five deaths in the United States is caused by heart attacks-in 2004, for example, there was one evey minute. About 38% of the people who experience a heart attack in a given year will die from it. And unless dramatic diet and lifestyle changes are enacted, almost all of the remaining 62% will either die of a second heart attack or heart failure or suffer a greatly reduced quality of life. (Cardiovascular Disease, Heart Attack)

Guide To Mighty Brain Fats
To make your brain work at top form, you need a delicate balance of two essential chemical entities--so-called omega-3-type fish oil and omega-6-type vegetable oils. How much you eat of each dictates the architecture and activity of your brain. (Alzheimers, Brain Health, Memory)

Bitter Melon Has Potent Anti-Diabetes Effects
Substances isolated from bitter melon, a plant eaten and used medicinally in much of Asia, could provide the basis of new drugs for treating diabetes and obesity, an international team of researchers reports. (Bitter Melon, Diabetes, Obesity)

Beta-Sitosterol - The Latest Breakthrough In Prostate Health
Male prostate problems have now reached epidemic proportions. Over 400,000 cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed in men each year - more cases than breast cancer in women. New cases (and corresponding death rates) are expected to increase annually. Already there are an estimated 40,000 deaths attributed to prostate cancer each year. (Prostate Cancer, BPH, Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy, Beta-Sitosterol, Lycopene, Zinc, Ginseng, Pumpkin Seed)

Herbal Remedy Beats Drug In New Arthritis Study
A new study reported at this year's annual Arthritis World Congress showed that a natural remedy - a special mix of the anti-inflammatory, pain-relieving herbs curcumin and boswellia - was much more powerfully effective at relieving arthritis pain than the medication Celebrex. (Pain Relief, Inflammation, Arthritis, NSAIDs)

Omega-3 Acids Thought To Benefit Dry-Eye Patients
Omega-3 acids may help alleviate some of your dry-eye patients’ symptoms. (Dry Eye)

Quercetin and Bromelain for Allergies
Despite dramatic advances in medical technology, chronic diseases are on the rise. Asthma, a life-threatening respiratory condition, and other allergy related diseases, have now reached epidemic proportions, increasing by an astonishing 74% over the last decade, affecting over 15 million Americans. (Allergies, Sinusitis, Asthma)

Diabetic Complications
Persistently high blood sugar levels can lead to long-term complications such as accelerated development of cataracts, diabetic retinopathy, cardiovascular disease, diabetic neuropathy, nephropathy and foot problems. Diabetes education on how to recognize signs and symptoms. Details diabetes symptoms of eye problems, nephropathy, cardiovascular disease, neuropathy and foot ailments.

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)
 
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team management
a diabetes treatment approach in which medical care is provided by a team of health care professionals including a doctor, a dietitian, a nurse, a diabetes educator, and others. The team acts as advisers to the person with diabetes.

podiatry (puh-DY-uh-tree)
the care and treatment of feet.

podiatrist (puh-DY-uh-trist)
a doctor who treats people who have foot problems. Podiatrists also help people keep their feet healthy by providing regular foot examinations and treatment.

inhaled insulin
an experimental treatment for taking insulin using a portable device that allows a person to breathe in insulin.

self-management
in diabetes, the ongoing process of managing diabetes. Includes meal planning, planned physical activity, blood glucose monitoring, taking diabetes medicines, handling episodes of illness and of low and high blood glucose, managing diabetes when traveling, and more. The person with diabetes designs his or her own self-management treatment plan in consultation with a variety of health care professionals such as doctors, nurses, dietitians, pharmacists, and others.
 
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