by Patrick Lecky - 2006-12-02
As a Type 2 Diabetic who injected insulin for 10 years I know the severe pins and needles PAIN of peripheral neuropathy in my feet… the pounding ache in my head… the throbbing in my kidneys… the fear ...
by Khim Lim - 2006-12-03
You will need to adopt a special diabetes diet once you are diagnosed with this condition. Basically, this is just one of the changes that you must make, to improve your health. A diabetes diet is b...
by Cydne Kaelin - 2006-12-24
Controlling diabetes with diet is never more important than during the holidays. November, December and January are challenging for anyone who is watching what they eat, but more so for diabetics and ...
by Jasen Tan - 2006-12-27
If both hands are right, then having diabetes isn't a big deal because there is medication to help keep it under control. Unfortunately, this is not true. Having a healthy diet and maintaining a healt...
by Donald Saunders - 2007-01-06
It is often thought that diabetics need a special diet and that they have to cut out certain food items altogether, or replace them with special "Diabetic" items purchased from health food stores. Thi...
by Patricia Venables - 2007-01-19
Millions of people in the developed world have diabetes, and it is a growing problem. The majority of sufferers have Type 2 diabetes which occurs when the body is not making enough insulin to regulate...
by Ann Marier - 2007-01-25
When a person is newly diagnosed as being diabetic many thoughts go through their mind, as well as numerous questions about the ailment. You have to learn about nutrition. Diet information is everywhe...
by Kanishk manchanda - 2007-01-29
Are you in a holiday mood but worried about your diabetic condition? Stop that worry now. Shed them all and get into the total groove of the holiday season. Because your blood sugar level can be pe...
by Tom alter - 2007-02-02
DIABETES CAUSESSince there are different types of diabetes, each type has a unique possible cause. The main two causes of diabetes is the body's failure to produce enough of the insulin hormone, an...
by Tom alter - 2007-02-05
Types Of DiabetesIn medical parlance, this disease is known as "diabetes mellitus" - diabetes from the Greek word for siphon, to illustrate the excessive thirst and urination, which is characteristic ...