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  1. What is Diabetic Ketoacidosis?

    by Andrew Bicknell - 2007-04-02
    Diabetic ketoacidosis is a life threatening condition that all diabetics are susceptible to and is brought on by a deficiency of insulin. Type 1 diabetics are more likely to suffer from this condition...
  2. Does Diabetes Cause Hair Loss?

    by JD Wilson - 2007-04-02
    Diabetes can be a major factor in hair loss for a lot of people. The hair loss will normally begin at the onset of diabetes and gradually gets worse as the disease progresses. It is normal to shed som...
  3. Introduction To Diabetes

    by JD Wilson - 2007-04-02
    Diabetes is a growing health problem in the world today. Did you know that approximately 20.8 million children and adults are diagnosed with diabetes in the United States alone? These numbers are grow...
  4. What Are The Symptoms Of Type 2 Diabetes?

    by JD Wilson - 2007-04-02
    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 su...
  5. Weight Loss Is Very Important If You Have Diabetes

    by JD Wilson - 2007-04-02
    If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, one of the most important things that you can do is manage your weight. Being overweight can affect your blood sugar levels dramatically since fat cells can b...
  6. Milk Thistle Improves Glycemic Profile In Diabetics

    by Howard Simon - 2007-03-31
    Researchers conducted a study on 51 diabetics to determine the effects of milk thistle, and specifically an active constituent (flavolignans), on blood glucose levels. The first group of 25 patients r...
  7. Lowering Your Blood Sugar Contents: Diabetic Diets

    by Nash Burns - 2007-03-31
    There are millions of people being diagnosed with diabetes daily and the numbers are increasing. If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, it is in your best interest to avoid being the increasing sta...
  8. Diabetes Symptoms In Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes

    by Matt Hamburg - 2007-03-30
    In diabetes, the symptoms can vary depending on whether a person has type one or type two diabetes.Before diagnosis the symptoms may be more obvious, but after treatment and the glucose levels are mor...
  9. Prevent Diabetes With Dr Atkins Diet Plan

    by Manfred Stohl - 2007-03-29
    High protein diet invented by Dr. Atkins continues as probably one of the most accepted high protein, low carbohydrate diets in the world today. Low carb Dr. Atkins diet reputation has helped start sc...
  10. Imagine... You Can Learn To Improve Your Health Even If You Do Have Diabetes!

    by Patricia Ann Wagner - 2007-03-28
    If diabetes is a part of your life, Better health is a goal that's worth pursuing. There are many changes you can make to your life to enhance your health even though you have this condition.For examp...
  11. Diabetes Basics For You To See

    by awallad - 2007-03-28
    You have just found out you have diabetes. No reason to be alarmed. You need to make some lifestyle changes to reduce the possibility of developing a serious situation from your new found ailment. A s...
  12. Reversing Diabetes

    by Duane Jacobson - 2007-03-28
    I've had Diabetes since I was 17. For 34 yrs, I have been battling this uncureable disease. I had a friend to tell me in 2003, that his dad's heart doctor told him that he had to have surgery, that ...
  13. The Diabetic Diet - 3 Diet Types To Avoid

    by Carl DiNello - 2007-03-27
    If you are overweight, and have type 2 diabetes, you have probably been advised by your doctor to lose some weight, and to immediately start a low-fat diet. Having a weight problem that is complicat...
  14. Delicious Diabetic Diet Tips

    by Matt Hamburg - 2007-03-27
    If you have diabetes type 2, you'll want to have both a healthy lifestyle as well as being able to enjoy it!You see, there's a common misconception that diabetic diets have to be bland.Not so!The food...
  15. Diabetes - Lifestyle Changes Are More Than Important... They're A Must!

    by Neil Day - 2007-03-27
    Having been diagnosed with diabetes, in order to slow down the inevitable complications that are going to arise, you need to start making some changes in your lifestyle. In some cases, those changes c...
  16. Reversing Diabetes - Take Back Your Life

    by Eric Hartwell - 2007-03-26
    You must have heard about diabetes and you probably know someone that has the condition. Are you one of them? If so, you can do yourself a whole lot of good - easily.You may have diabetes and not even...
  17. Take Small Steps To Lower Your Risk For Type 2 Diabetes

    by Stacey Moore - 2007-03-26
    As the number of Americans who are overweight has risen, so too has the number of people with or at risk for type 2 diabetes. Nearly 21 million adults currently have diabetes, and one-third of them ar...
  18. Gestational Diabetes-Causes And Symptomss

    by Groshan Fabiola - 2007-03-26
    There are known three types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. In this affection the glucose can not be used properly by the body and so, energy can not be produced in enough quanti...
  19. Choosing a Clinical Diabetic Nutrition

    by Noah Lam - 2007-03-26
    Diabetes is a growing epidemic that affects 17 million people in the United States. Approximately 800,000 people are newly diagnosis with this disease each year. In fact, Diabetes is the seventh lea...
  20. Gestational Diabetes-causes And Symptoms

    by Groshan Fabiola - 2007-03-25
    There are known three types of diabetes: type 1, type 2 and gestational diabetes. In this affection the glucose can not be used properly by the body and so, energy can not be produced in enough quanti...