by Forest Sun - 2006-11-30
Diabetes is an epidemic disease that affects more and more people nowadays. No need to panic when diagnosed with diabetes. It's bad news. It could be devastating at first. Fortunately, diabetes is a m...
by Ashish Jain - 2006-12-05
One of the first realizations that confront a person diagnosed with diabetes is the depressive idea that diabetes is a lifelong disease. Other diseases are tackled as and when they occur and after a c...
by Pieter De Wet - 2006-12-22
As the number of diabetes cases steadily grows, those diagnosed and involved in the care of diabetes patients have elected to focus on three options: prevent, cure and provide better care for those af...
by Tom alter - 2007-02-28
Diabetes mellitus, or madhumeha, is one of the twenty types of pramehas described in Ayurveda. It is the condition in which there is an excessive amount of sugar present in the bloodstream of the pers...
by Jason Hunter - 2007-04-11
Type II diabetes is the most common kind, it affects more than 90 percent of diabetics. This kind usually hits around age 50 to 60 as people get older and fatter. In disparity to type 1 diabetics, the...
by Arthur Nelson - 2007-05-09
Diabetes is currently the 3rd leading cause of death in America. In the United States alone, diabetes has been diagnosed in over 18 million people, and it is estimated another 15 million may no...
by Boone Swann - 2007-05-11
Diabetes is one of the leading health debilitating health conditions in the world today. It can potentially affect almost every organ in the body, and over time, causing significant damage. Beca...
by Juliet Cohen - 2007-05-24
Diabetes Mellitus is a common condition in which there is too much sugar in the blood. High blood pressure and smoking cigarettes can contribute to heart problems, along with having high cholest...
by Juliet Cohen - 2007-05-31
Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or sugar, levels are too high. Glucose comes from the foods you eat. Insulin is a hormone that helps the glucose get into your cells to give th...
by Juliet Cohen - 2007-06-08
Diabetes Mellitus is a common condition in which there is too much sugar in the blood. High blood pressure and smoking cigarettes can contribute to heart problems, along with having high cholesterol (...