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Diagnosing requires an interested and experienced doctor, because a routine examination may not detect neuropathy: not all positive and negative results are due to problems with the peripheral nerves. In addition, treatment options are largely centered on drug therapy, and many patients don’t respond well or they develop additional symptoms. There are successful treatment alternatives.
Diabetes is a common disease affecting millions of people across the globe. If you too are suffering from this disease then there isn’t any need to panic. You can get control over it and lead a normal life like others. With the intake of anti diabetic drugs and controlled diet one can win over diabetes.
DiabetesDek publications provide information in convenient to carry booklet form. It helps those affected by diabetes mellitus remain healthy and fit without compromising on the quality of living.
If you have a child or teen that faces problems managing and coping with diabetes the latest edition of the easy to read and informative Pediatric DiabetesDek is now available.
Diabetes is a disorder that affects the mechanism of carbohydrates and have being on the increase for quite an age now. Diabetes develops due to high glucose levels in the blood due to the inability of the body to utilize it properly because of lack of insulin.
When diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, patients are required to follow a strict diet to control their blood sugar levels and would need to learn diabetic food recipes.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture subsidizes the production of corn, so we have too much of it. This drives the price down and leads food processors to put corn-derived sweeteners in every conceivable food product. Sweet foods stimulate our appetite and lead us to eat more. This destroys our body's ability to use insulin to process all this sugar, so we end up diabetic. How can we stop this?
Unfortunately as a result of these problems a diabetic is 15 times more likely to have an amputation of the leg than a non-diabetic.
In 2007 and 2008, the theme of World Diabetes Day is Diabetes in Children and Adolescents. Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood.
Walkers have fewer incidences of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other killer diseases. They live longer and get mental health and spiritual benefits.