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Fat Cells- May Be Beneficial As Insulin For Type 2 Diabetes
Dec 19, 2014 | 
Brown fat – considered the good fat compared to villainous white fat cells - may make you thinner by not only burning extra calories, but also by using up excess glucose in the blood stream, just as effectively as insulin.
Random Act of Kindness
Dec 18, 2014 | 
I live in the San Francisco Bay Area where bridge tolls sometimes are paid by strangers.  One day as I drove up to the Golden Gate Bridge to pay my toll, the teller told me that the car in front of me paid my $6 bridge toll. This simple random act of kindness caught me by surprise. The person in front me did not assess if I could or could not pay my toll. They simply acted from their heart.  Since then I started doing the same thing. I found myself paying other peoples bridge tolls and giving money to the homeless and children organizations when I felt moved to. 
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I am Thankful
Dec 16, 2014 | 
Despite the problems and concerns I publicly write about regarding my diabetes life, I try to be a very positive minded person. Diabetes is complicated and frustrating, sometimes downright depressing. But having this disease has also taught me so many things that affect my perception of life and how it’s meant to be lived.
Social Media Offers New Way For Junk Food Brands To Market To Kids
Dec 13, 2014 | 
Media sites including Facebook may be to blame for the increased consumption of junk food by teens and young adults.
Baby’s Diet Influenced By Mom’s Socioeconomic Background
Dec 12, 2014 | 
Babies born to women who make more money are also more likely to get more nutrients from their diets, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Buffalo.
Diabetes Elevates Risk Of Glaucoma
Dec 10, 2014 | 
People with diabetes – especially those who have had the disease for a long period of time – are at a higher risk of developing glaucoma, according to the results of a new study.
The Fear of Knowing
Dec 9, 2014 | 
I picked up a pamphlet at my Endocrinologist’s office today that discusses the process of getting children screened for autoantibodies. These markers can signify the development of Type 1 diabetes up to ten years before it  takes hold. This fascinates and terrifies me in the same breath. I can find out if my children are prone to developing the disease I’ve survived for 16 years, but how will I handle the news if one of my children returns a positive result for having the markers of Type 1 diabetes?
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