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How do you evaluate the studies that show that strict control of A1c does not have a beneficial effect on cardiovascular events?
Apr 2, 2013 | 
This person is referring to the ACCORD study, which in its initial unsophisticated scoring supposedly showed that a large group of elderly diabetics who had existing heart disease, died sooner when their A1cs were brought down.
Are very low-carb diets safe for children? Is it something you recommend?
Mar 28, 2013 | 
The effect of carbohydrate on blood sugar will be multiplied in inverse proportion to childrens' weight. This means that the smaller they are, the greater effect a little bit of carbohydrate will have on them. It's been shown that children with elevated blood sugars (usually due in part to high carbohydrate intake) have diminished brain volume and lower IQs.
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Inflammation Linked to Eye Diseases
Mar 17, 2013 | 
A protein linked to inflammation could predict the risks of two eye-related diseases common in people with diabetes, according to the results of two new studies.
Can you please explain the dawn phenomenon, and how best to manage it?
Mar 13, 2013 | 
Dawn phenomenon is the situation where the liver removes insulin from the blood in the morning hours, which causes morning blood sugars to go up, even if breakfast is skipped.
Introducing Q&A With Dr. Richard Bernstein
Mar 6, 2013 | 
Can over-hydration or dehydration affect blood sugar level?
Things I Wish I Could Have Told Myself as a Newly Diagnosed Teen
Feb 16, 2013 | 
The first thing I would have said to that frightened 18-year-old girl back in 1994 is, "It's not your fault." You didn't do anything wrong. You weren't out breaking mirrors, spitting on leprechauns, or walking under ladders. Your body simply turned on itself. Your immune system decided to attack the wrong guys and here we are.
Sean Glass: Dancing—and Juggling Life—to His Own Tunes
Feb 15, 2013 | 
Sean Glass learned about the time he was in kindergarten that his type 1 diabetes was ultimately his alone to manage.
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