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Reducing Communication Barriers
Nov 15, 2014 | 
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No Association Between Hepatitis C And Diabetes
Nov 10, 2014 | 
A new study has found no association between hepatitis C and diabetes in the United States, despite previous research that suggested a clear link.
Eating Potatoes Will Not Sabotage Your Diet
Nov 8, 2014 | 
Potatoes have earned a bad reputation among dieters as being weight loss saboteurs, and they have been blacklisted from numerous low-carb diets and other nutritional plans. However, a new study has shown that potatoes could actually help people lose weight. The key is to ensure that you are sticking to a calorie-controlled diet.
Low Testosterone And Diabetes Hike Heart Disease Risk In Men
Nov 8, 2014 | 
The double whammy of both low testosterone and diabetes may significantly elevate men’s risk of clogged arteries, a new study shows.
Life With Type 2: Good Enough for Government Work
Nov 4, 2014 | 
I remember realizing a few years after being diagnosed with type 2 that few authorities were urging me or any other older type 2s to drive our A1c's much below 6.5%. There were several reasons behind that lack of urgency, including research-derived fears that too tight a control of blood sugar levels could lead to cardiovascular problems.
A Little, Not A Lot
Oct 31, 2014 | 
Halloween is the beginning of what many see as the season of indulgence. Candy and costumes lead to turkey and trimmings, to presents and feasts, to binge drinking and late nights. How is a diabetic, or anyone else, supposed to navigate this wonderful, at times intimidating, celebratory season of family and friends?
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