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On January 7, 2006, I gave birth to a beautiful baby girl named Ava Grace Baker. She was 8.4 pounds and 20.25 inches long. It took 30 hours, but it was worth every moment. Well, almost every moment.
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While people with diabetes know that they face a long list of possible complications, it looks as if there’s one more to worry about: We now know that diabetics also face a higher risk of colon cancer. However, there is some consolation in knowing that colon cancer can often be prevented with proper testing.
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In hospitalized people with type 2 diabetes, Glucerna was found to have a “neutral effect on [blood glucose] control and lipid metabolism . . . compared with a high-carbohydrate and a lower-fat formula.”
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Do visits with your diabetes healthcare professional seem shorter these days?
0 comments - Jan 1, 2005 - Not Yet Rated
When your last A1C registered at more than 7 percent, did your primary care physician take action to lower it?
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"If you're being admitted to the hospital, you might want to write 'Person With Diabetes' across your forehead with a permanent marker."
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If you're being admitted to the hospital, you might want to write 'Person With Diabetes' across your forehead with a permanent marker."
0 comments - Mar 1, 2003 - Not Yet Rated
Hospitalizations involving diabetes—either as the reason for admission or as a secondary diagnosis—rose 16.7 percent in Pennsylvania from 1997 to 2001.
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It's fortunate that Gillian Larner was at her 11-year-old son's bedside in the hospital after his surgery in May 2002.
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Many patients who are treated with metformin (Glucophage) during hospital stays have medical conditions or undergo procedures that, when combined with metformin, put them at risk for developing lactic acidosis, a potentially life-threatening condition caused by a build-up of lactic acid that can lead to organ damage.
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