Diabetes Health Type 2: Incorporating Exercise Into His Day Is Key for Daniel Gimple

By Claire Lynch   Daniel Gimple was having a dry mouth and wasn’t sure what was causing it. He stopped at an Urgent Care center after work one day last year and discovered some very high blood sugar levels. An ambulance was called and Daniel was hospitalized for five days.   He didn’t know his complete medical history because he was adopted. After being told

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Diabetes Health Type 1 & Type 2: Are You in?

If you frequent my site, then health is on the top of your list. Like me, you could be looking for inspiration or tips on how to manage your blood sugars, lose weight, fit exercise in or reach your A1c target. Every year I ask myself, how can I become the person I want to be? Are my goals realistic? Achievable? Which road should I

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Eating Potatoes Will Not Sabotage Your Diet

Potatoes have earned a bad reputation among dieters as being weight loss saboteurs, and they have been blacklisted from numerous low-carb diets and other nutritional plans. However, a new study has shown that potatoes could actually help people lose weight. The key is to ensure that you are sticking to a calorie-controlled diet. Recent Research Regarding Potatoes A recent study led by Dr. Britt Burton-Freeman

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Social Networking May Help Boost Weight Loss

While many of us post health and fitness goals (on Facebook or Twitter) in order to hold ourselves more accountable as we strive for our goals, a new study shows that all that social networking may offer some benefits. Researchers at Imperial College in London have found that social networking – especially sites geared toward health and fitness – could be an effective medium to

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The Doctor says,

“You have diabetes.”  Have you just heard these words?  Or maybe you recently heard it about your son or daughter.  The oxygen rushes out of your body.  A knot forms in your stomach.  “What now?” I know that feeling.  I had it 19 years ago and remember it like it was last week.  Today I receive a lot of emails from newly diagnosed adults or

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