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Diabetes Prevention & Future At the present time, there is no cure for diabetes. In the past ten years, however, researchers have undertaken promising and exciting studies into possible means of preventing, treating, and curing diabetes. Prevention Prevention of diabetes would be the ultimate achievement. Researchers can now identify diabetes in its earliest stages and […]

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Exercise at least ½ hour per day. That means vigorous walking to get your heart rate up or any other type of exercise that helps you to work up a sweat. One hour a day is even better. New clinical trials showed that when participants walked vigorously for 30 minutes a day 5 days per […]

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Obesity surgery helps patients do more than shed weight — it often cures their diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol, researchers say. The research — an analysis of 136 studies — found that such operations are more than cosmetic. They appear to alter the patient’s body chemistry itself and eliminate or relieve conditions that […]

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Access Diabetic Supply A health-care company reaches out to the masses. Managing long-term illness is an unfortunate but real aspect of many people’s lives. For Access Diabetic Supply’s co-founders, Montgomery Byers Jr., 34; David Wallace, 36; and Timothy Stocksdale, 34, offering mail order medical supplies to the 17 million Americans who are afflicted with diabetes […]

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Type 1 diabetes > More about Type 1 diabetes According to the American Diabetes Association, type 1, or insulin-dependent diabetes, accounts for approximately 5-10% of diabetes in America. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the beta-cells within the pancreas are gradually destroyed and eventually fail to produce insulin. Insulin is a […]

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The majority of people with Diabetes have Type 2 Diabetes. It usually occurs in people over the age of 30, but is becoming more prevalent in children. Type 2 Diabetes is known to be a lifestyle-related condition that can “run in families” and is preventable. It occurs because insulin is produced in lesser amounts or […]