Diabetes awareness month

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  1. Princessa profile image83
    Princessaposted 7 years ago

    Diabetes awareness month

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  2. lrohner profile image81
    lrohnerposted 7 years ago

    Diet is one of the most important factors in controlling diabetes. Learn how low glycemic index foods can help diabetics to avoid blood sugar spikes that can cause complications later in life. read more

  3. melpor profile image94
    melporposted 7 years ago

    There are numerous dietary supplements currently on the market for managing blood glucose levels in type 2  diabetics. read more

  4. travel_man1971 profile image72
    travel_man1971posted 7 years ago

    Obesity can trigger diabetes! This is part of my hub exposing that 'banner' to warn 'heavy eaters' about the danger of acquiring the disease.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/The-truth-about-obesity

  5. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 7 years ago

    Canada's health services report that in 1960, First Nations showed an almost 0%  of diabetes (it was already a problem in the USA). In 2010, it is epidemic. What can we do? read more

  6. travel_man1971 profile image72
    travel_man1971posted 7 years ago

    My impression of my Greek Chief cook was he's old enough to be my father. I was 30 years old and he's 52.That was 2001 when I had my first commercial vessel at Mihara city in Hiroshima prefecture in Japan. The panamax-type (around 39,000 gross... read more

  7. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 7 years ago

    What is prediabetes and what can we do if diagnosed to prevent full blown diabetes from developing. Diabetes is almost like a scourge on modern society, it is so widespread noawadays, and yet still it remains a debilitating illness. read more

  8. missywells42 profile image54
    missywells42posted 7 years ago

    Diabetes and us

    just recently I found out that my mother has diabetes. the thing that boggles me is how so many people get diabetes, and aren't aware as to what they should do. my mother called me crying because she had lost both her brothers to diabetes. She was worried that mabey the samething would happen to her.
    I told her that she would be fine as long as she followed her doctors instructions right to the letter, and get her wieght under controle. Stick with her diet get the exercise that she needs to be getting to her weight under controle, and monator her sugar levels closely keep track of everything. By keeping a diary of what she eats and her sugar levles.
    So far all is going well she has lost ten pounds and keeps a very close watch on her diet and sugar levels. She also stays onto me about watching what I eat and get plenty of exercise as well. between us both working together We will do just fine

  9. Froggy213 profile image57
    Froggy213posted 7 years ago

    Diabetes is a terrible disease and is sweeping the world. Do you know if you have it? It is something to pay attention to. Here is some stuff to see about diabetes... read more

  10. SognoPiccolo profile image82
    SognoPiccoloposted 7 years ago

    Understanding a disease is not as easy as it may seem if you are not directly effected with it in someway. I do not have diabetes, but a person very close to me does. I have made it a personal mission to understand as best I can and be supportive.... read more

  11. Karanda profile image76
    Karandaposted 7 years ago

    Type II diabetes is now recognised as one of the fastest growing life threatening conditions. Understanding the risk factors can give a better chance of preventing the onset of diabetes. read more

  12. ponx profile image83
    ponxposted 7 years ago

    Basics of a diabetic diet including a sample meal plan. read more

  13. Patty Inglish, MS profile image93
    Patty Inglish, MSposted 7 years ago

    The cell clusters in the pancreas produce insulin. A pancreas implant, usually paired with a kidney transplant in a diabetic human beyond all other hope, can cure Type I and Type II Diabetes ... read more

  14. authorfriendly profile image68
    authorfriendlyposted 7 years ago

    A thorough explanation of diabetic eye problems with a focus on understanding diabetic retinopathy. Describes the causes,and distinguishes proliferative and non proliferative types of retinopathy in diabetes melliltus. read more

  15. travel_man1971 profile image72
    travel_man1971posted 7 years ago

    Injecting an insulin  He's a hardworking radio announcer but a diabetic one. The 24/7 round-the-clock monitoring on beat news and field works didn't deter him to continue improving his craft until he was designated as a unit manager, or station... read more

  16. Karanda profile image76
    Karandaposted 7 years ago

    Diabetes and the resulting kidney failure continues to concern health professionals involved in the care of indigenous Australians. Remote communities add to the problem. read more

  17. travel_man1971 profile image72
    travel_man1971posted 7 years ago

    Cinnamon sticks and powder (Photo by: Luc Viatour)  My first two hubs on Diabetes Awareness as our HubMob weekly topic this last week of October 2010 delved mostly on my experiences as cook and  radio announcer.  I should pass on the story of my... read more

  18. IzzyM profile image88
    IzzyMposted 7 years ago

    Unfortunately for some people, diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and limb amputations are all closely related. If you are diabetic, you have to take extra care of your legs and especially your feet and toes, and here is why. read more

  19. Craan profile image68
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    Diabetes is a dreaded condition that is preventable and can be controlled by carefully avoiding foods that spike blood sugar. If you can remember to avoid mostly white foods like white sugar, white bread and white pasta you'll help yourself a great deal. 
    Eat mostly complex carbohydrates and protein with fresh vegetables. Drink a lot of water and exercise to sweat to keep your weight reasonable.

  20. Happyboomernurse profile image83
    Happyboomernurseposted 7 years ago

    Children who have diabetes often suffer from low self-esteem and self-confidence, but it doesn't have to be that way. Boosting both qualities in your son or daughter can have big pay-offs. read more

  21. shazwellyn profile image66
    shazwellynposted 7 years ago

    I diagnosed my son with type 1 diabetes when he was 18 months old.  This is our story.

  22. shazwellyn profile image66
    shazwellynposted 7 years ago

    If you are looking for toddler stories, you have hit on a juvenile diabetes story about dianosing Christian when he was just 18 months old. Type 1 insulin dependent diabetes mellitus is difficult to diagnose, read how we won! read more

  23. Craan profile image68
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    Discover how to manage and prevent diabetes by controlling your blood-glucose levels, so you don't suffer from diabetic skin lesions. read more

  24. Cari Jean profile image95
    Cari Jeanposted 7 years ago

    Due to having a child with juvenile diabetes, Bart Millard of MercyMe is fighting for a cure. His nonprofit organization is called Imagine a Cure. read more

  25. vox vocis profile image81
    vox vocisposted 7 years ago

    Autoimmune diseases such as celiac disease and Type 1 diabetes are both influenced by genetic predisposition and environmental factors. A number of research studies shows that there is a connection between Type 1 diabetes and celiac disease. Evidence suggest that patients diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes are at high risk for celiac disease, and there are cases in which celiac disease often precedes the Type 1 diabetes. read more

  26. febriedethan profile image75
    febriedethanposted 7 years ago

    Diabetes Mellitus is a disease in which levels of glucose (simple sugar) in the blood is high because the body can not release or use insulin adequately.  Insulin is a hormone secreted by the pancreas, which is responsible in maintaining normal... read more

  27. LindaJM profile image72
    LindaJMposted 7 years ago

    Is diabetes related to schizophrenia? And can it be cured? read more

  28. cashmere profile image82
    cashmereposted 7 years ago

    Imagine living with a disease that requires you to take a prick for a blood test every week for as long as you live.   Imagine living with a disease that has no cure. One which you are stuck with no matter how healthy you eat or live.  Imagine being... read more

  29. Craan profile image68
    Craanposted 7 years ago

    What makes children gain weight? Why do they at times develop a degenerative disease from drinking fruit juice? Cake is not the answer! Parents must change their kids' taste buds to crave fresh foods. read more

  30. authorfriendly profile image68
    authorfriendlyposted 7 years ago

    I missed this hubmob topic as it was just as I was joining. But as a psychologist with diabetes I often have something to say. If you are curious about retinopathy you might enjoy:
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Diabetic-Retino … e-Problems

 
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