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Diabetes Management: How to Live a Healthy Life with Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes

About 34.2 million people, or 10.5% of the US population, have diabetes. About 7.3 million people haven’t received a diagnosis, though. If you’re a diabetic, it’s important to talk to your doctor about diabetes management. Developing a diabetes care plan can help you remain in control! It can help you avoid potential complications down the […]

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Diabetes & COVID-19: Cause For Concern?

As the global pandemic continues to rage on, medical professionals and scientists are hard at work looking at intersections between the virus and other health issues. One significant area of study has been diabetes, given how ubiquitous it is in America and globally. In this blog, we take a look at the current findings on […]

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The First Step to Managing Your Weight and Changing Your Life 

Starting is the hardest part. At least for a lot of people, taking that first step is the most difficult part of the journey. Deciding to change your life and change the direction you’re moving in is a difficult task—whether it be in your personal life, career, or in your health. For people that struggle […]

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How to Deal With Elusive Tiredness and Low Energy Levels 

The life of the modern adult is a fast-paced activity-filled and often stressful reality. People are working long hours, sleeping less, exercising less and very often feeling tired a lot more. According to Harvard Health low energy and tiredness are among the most common reasons people visit their doctor. Yet, this is a challenging area […]

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These Healthy Foods Aren’t So Great For Diabetics!

A diabetic diet is basically a nutritious meal that leans more toward healthy fats, fiber, and lean meat rather than processed sugar and carbohydrate. The goal is to keep blood sugar levels within range and maintain a healthy weight. In real life, however, it’s easier said than done. Making choices can become frustrating. For a […]

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Examining Popular Diets and Their Effects on Patients with Diabetes 

There is no shortage of miracle diets constantly advertised, talked about, and discussed on websites, television shows, podcasts, and other media. Whether it’s a famous athlete or some spokesperson claiming the incredible results they had, people seem to always be chasing the right answer. As a medical establishment, we must first begin with a disclaimer: […]

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Hyperthyroidism: Symptoms and What You Need to Know

  The words hyperthyroidism is often thrown around. Yet, many people confuse the two or don’t have a broad enough understanding of the effect the thyroid has on the body. The thyroid plays an important function in growth and development and hormone regulation. This month, we thought we’d take a look at why the thyroid […]

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Know Thyself: Why Understanding BMI Can Help with Weight Management

There are many factors that contribute to obesity and many of them vary from person to person, as they might be related to genetics, metabolism, and lifestyle habits. Weight management can be a difficult thing to embark upon yourself and requires the attention of medical professionals that can assess the contributing factors and see how […]

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Diabetes and Exercise: What You Need To Know

Exercise can be a great tool for staving off diabetes; it can improve blood sugar, keep off weight and make you more fit. For many, exercise is another weapon against diabetes, but it is also more complicated for someone with diabetes. Here we’ll go over the basics of exercise while dieting, so you can feel […]

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Diabetes & Diet: 3 Delicious Diabetic-Friendly Meals to Try Today!

Your diet is a vital aspect of managing your diabetes. In addition to eating plenty of nutritional foods, physical activity is also a key component of life with diabetes. Together, the two can help you lead a healthier life and most importantly, avoid the complications that come with diabetes such as high blood pressure, weight […]

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