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Diabetes Lifestyle and home remedies

Diabetes Lifestyle and home remediesDiabetes is a disease that is being treated and known in many parts of the world by specialists. This disease occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin the body needs to function well.There are many ways...
by How to lose Weight in a Week on Nov 9, 2015

Factors for developing Type II diabetes and herbs for them

As we know that there is no problem with the insulin production. It is there in the body in enough quantity, but the only problem is that it is not able to open the cells to make the glucose enter into them. All the glucose keep circulating within th...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 27, 2015

Diabetes- Getting Down to the Basics

What is diabetes? Diabetes is a disease where your blood glucose (sugar) levels are above normal. It results from the inability of the glucose to get into your cells. As a result your cells are starving for their food (glucose). It would be like a st...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Internal Medicine Doctor: About Diabetes

According to new research from the Archives of Internal Medicine, doctor and patient alike will want to watch the growth of diabetes. By the year 2025, there could be as many as 380 million people affected by complications of type 2 diabetes. Because...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Is Conventional Medicine Making Diabetes Worse?

What is everything you have ever been told about conventional medicine and diabetes is wrong? Is lowering your blood sugar not the answer to treating diabetes? Copyright (c) 2014 LifeWorks Integrative health If you are overweight, a diabetic, suffer...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

How Do I Avoid Diabetes?

There are two separate types of diabetes easily enough known as type 1 and type 2. Approximately 5% of the diabetic population suffers from type 1 diabetes while the remainder, a whopping 95%, suffers from type 2. In type 1 diabetes, generally known...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Simple Changes to Make in Life to Learn How to Avoid Diabetes

Living a healthy life for years to come should be one of your top priorities. Diabetes is a common disease among people these days and it can easily be avoided. If you want to learn how to avoid diabetes and stay safe, look at these simple changes th...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

What You Need To Know About Diabetes

INTRODUCTION According to the World Health Organization, a few decades back diabetes was an uncommon disease, in both developed and developing countries. Today, the story is different. It is currently estimated that over 143million people worldwide a...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers

Diabetes has hidden dangers that begin before diagnosis and continue to worsen if certain steps are not taken to prevent the complications that are the true, "killers" in terms of diabetes. Statistics show that there are around 18 million diabetics i...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Onset Diabetes Symptoms - What Are They and How Can I Avoid Diabetes?

What is Onset Diabetes? Onset Diabetes, otherwise known as Type 2 Diabetes, is when you have high levels of sugar (glucose) in the bloodstream which spills over into the urine. Most times diabetes is associated with high amounts of carbohydrates in t...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 13, 2015

Drugs and Medicine for Treatment of Diabetes

Diabetes or diabetes mellitus (DM) is a condition in which there is absolute or a relative lack of insulin in the body. Insulin, a hormone synthesized and secreted by the pancreas, is responsible for controlling the circulating levels of the blood su...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 9, 2015

Simple Steps to Lower Your Risk of Diabetes

Making a few lifestyle changes can dramatically lower the chances of developing type 2 diabetes. The same changes can also lower the chances of developing heart disease and some cancers. Control Your WeightExcess weight is the single most important c...
by Be Leukocytes on Feb 8, 2015

What is Peripheral Arterial Disease?

PAD occurs when plaque builds up in the arteries, causing them to harden and narrow, which is also known as atherosclerosis. Dr. Steven B. Laster, Board Certifies Interventional Cardiologist with Cardiovascular Consultants of St. Luke’s Mid Ame...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 31, 2013

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by Diabetes Away on Jan 30, 2013

City of Hope – A Virtual Tour

Visit the City of Hope campus and spend some time in several of its many exciting research and treatment facilities. Hear directly from the scientists and physicians who are leading the way to cures and advancements in treatment. This virtual …...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 29, 2013

Childhood Obesity – Our Children are literally eating themselves to Death! ~ ABC News Special

ABC news report highlighting childhood obesity & rising rates of type 2 diabetes in children. This Video should be a Wake Up Call for America. Lazy America: STOP Harming Our Future Generations.
by Diabetes Away on Jan 28, 2013

Stop Gum & Periodontal Disease, Avoid Gum Surgery, Protect Your Heart, Dr Schwartz – Scottsdale AZ

www.healthysmilesdentistry.com Did you know You have more bacteria in your mouth, then there are people on the entire planet! … Over 6 BILLION. That 4 out of 5 people over 35 have problems with gum disease? When you kiss someone … Continu...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 27, 2013

City of Hope’s Power of Hope Campaign – Progress Like Never Before

The Power of Hope is the largest and most comprehensive fundraising campaign in City of Hope’s history. This ambitious initiative will raise billion in support of our mission — to cure and prevent cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening d...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 26, 2013

Resveratrol Anti-Aging Research – Why We Age

Independent Shaklee Distributor. www.vitalizerhealth.com The Truth About Resveratrol Anti-Aging Research What Is Resveratrol Anti-Aging Research? In a current National Institute of Health study at the University of Wisconsin, a group of monkeys is un...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 25, 2013

Creatine And Cramping: The Facts!

For more info on creatine visit my site at :www.brinkzone.com Creatine and cramping, does creatine really cause cramping? What are the facts? Why does creatine have a reputation for increasing cramping in athletes? Should athletes worry? The number o...
by Diabetes Away on Jan 24, 2013


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