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Getting Refills of Drugs To Control Blood Sugar May Prevent Hospitalization
Sep 1, 2001 | 
If you are taking medications to control your blood sugars, you are less likely to be hospitalized if you refill your prescriptions, say researchers.
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How to Overcome Obstacles While in the Hospital
Aug 1, 2000 | 
Want to get out of the hospital sooner? Your best bet is to find a team consisting of a doctor, nurse educator and a dietitian, all of whom specialize in diabetes. At the very latest, do it as soon as you enter the hospital. Make sure the people who will be caring for you in the hospital work with your diabetes team.
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Adjusting to diabetes can be tough. But for teenage girls with diabetes it can be potentially fatal. Researchers have found that societal influences on teen boys and girls can affect their diabetes, and that in most cases girls suffer the most from these influences.
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