Ask Nadia!

Nadia Al-Samarrie, Editor-In-Chief/Publisher/Founder

Apr 3, 2010

Diabetes Health is excited to welcome you to "Ask Nadia", a new column by founder and editor-in-chief, Nadia Al-Samarrie. Nadia's adeptness in diabetes health comes from more than 20 years experience as a caregiver, managing the myriad of Type 1, Type 2 and pre-diabetes related issues in her own family, as well as from the knowledge acquired through her devoted and passionate tenure as the publisher of the prominent Diabetes Health Magazine. 

Ask Nadia and you will receive her unique perspective on your questions! Beginning in June Nadia's new column will appear regularly in Diabetes Health magazine, newsletters, and on our website

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Categories: Beginners, Columns, Community, Diabetes, Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, Type 1 Issues, Type 2 Issues

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Posted by dtowns on 9 May 2010

Just something that has been wirring round my brain. If Type 1 is an auto-immune disease where your immune system is attacking your healthy cells, would it be a good idea to take immuno-suppressant medicines to stop or slow the damage? Thanks Debbie

Posted by Anonymous on 27 November 2010

Hi Nadia

I have type 1 Diabetes, and suffer from Neuropathy, in my feet legs toes stomach arms and hands,i would like to know why does the Neuropathy flare up when your ill, and what is the best way to deal with it?

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