Diabetes Health Word Search

Find These words: Diabetes, Insulin, Blood Glucose Meter, Medication, A1C, Lancet, Blood Sugar and Carbohydrates. If you would like to sign up to receive a weekly puzzle, please email puzzle@diabeteshealth.com. In the subject area write “add me to your weekly word puzzle list.” If you would like us to create a puzzle for you and our players, send your 8 words to puzzle@diabeteshealth.com and we

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Founder of Diabetes Health Magazine, Nadia Al-Samarrie, Reports on Being Nominated for Industry Awards.

Nadia Al-Samarrie, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Health, an essential resource for those living with diabetes, talks about the many prestigious nominations Diabetes Health received this year. San Francisco CA– March 31, 2015 – Nadia Al-Samarrie, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the essential resource for those living with diabetes, Diabetes Health Magazine, recently posted a new article on her website entitled, “Diabetes Health Nominated for 5 Prestigious

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Diabetes Health Word Scramble Puzzle

By Nadia Al-Samarrie If you would like to sign up to receive a weekly puzzle, please email puzzle@diabeteshealth.com. In the subject area write “add me to your weekly word puzzle list.” If you would like us to create a puzzle for you and our players, send your 8 words to puzzle@diabeteshealth.com and we will post your challenge online. In the subject area write” create my

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Rural Regions Pay Doctors More Than Urban Areas

By Brenda Neugent New research finds that doctors in rural areas such as the American West are paid more than physicians in highly competitive regions such as Boston or San Francisco. According to the San Francisco-based startup Doximity, a networking site for physicians, high-cost municipalities actually pay less in salary than rural areas of the country. Making that dream job at a prestigious medical center

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Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: Learning to Communicate Symptoms

https://media.blubrry.com/diabeteshealthpodcast/p/www.diabeteshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/Oct-19_-2015_-5_09_54-PM-2.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadClick here to listen to today’s Diabetes Health in the News Podcast! Dr. John Ely recently presented information supporting his theory that patients need to be taught how to communicate their symptoms to doctors better. Dr. Ely is a retired family physician from the University of Iowa, and after recently being a patient himself, he started to think about

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Diabetes Health Nominated for 5 Prestigious Awards.

Being nominated by the Western Publisher’s Association and wegohealth.com is a great privilege. I am honored to be in the same category as Yoga Journal and look forward to being at the awards among some very talented creative contemporaries. The nomination in itself is a prestigious award and I thank the judges that support Diabetes Health’s patient advocate magazines. By recognizing Diabetes Health, they bring light

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Wal-Mart expansion may play role in America’s obesity epidemic

Not only can Wal-Mart take some blame for the loss of many locally-owned businesses, the chain’s Supercenters could also be responsible for the nation’s expanding waistlines. According to researchers, the nation’s obesity problem directly corresponds to the rise of Wal-Mart, which has made junk food more accessible to residents than ever before. “We live in an environment with increasingly cheap and readily available junk food,”

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Wearing Some of the First Insulin Pumps

By: BRENDA NEUGENT The progress on the diabetes front, or lack of it, is a source of serious frustration for David Thomas. Especially given the role he played in the design and implementation of new technology. Thomas was diagnosed with viral-onset type 1 diabetes when he was three years old, and by the time he was 11, was testing the first generation of insulin pumps.

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Cost of Having Diabetes Has Doubles By Brenda Neugent

As cases of diabetes go up, so do the costs associated with the disease. According to new analysis, the costs associated with diabetes have more than doubled in the past two decades. With the average diabetes patient spending $2,890 more per year – more than half of that on medications – than they did in 1987. “People need to be mindful about the substantial increase

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The Ten Healthiest Cities In America By Brenda Neugent

Despite the stress of politics – revealed through President Barack Obama’s new head of gray hair – if you live in Washington, D.C., you’re living in the healthiest city in the nation, according to a new study. Based on analysis of more than 4,300 hospitals in the United States, iVantage Health Analytics ranked the 10 “healthiest” metropolitan areas, taking into consideration wellness, cost of health

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