14/02/2018

Preparing For Disaster. Diabetic Preparedness Key To Survival This Season

When Hurricane Katrina struck last August, people with diabetes faced particular challenges, especially those using insulin. More than 20 million people in America have diabetes, and […]
14/02/2018

Diabetic Children’s Camps

As any sufferer knows, there are two types of Diabetes, type I and type II. The latter is sometimes called adult onset diabetes, and over 90% […]
14/02/2018

All About Diabetes: Symptoms, Causes, Types.

While talking about diabetes, you may be frightened from the idea that you may have it. Or maybe, you may have it in the future. You […]
14/02/2018

It Pays to be Prepared

Having diabetes can change to life of person entirely. From the way one chooses the foods that he will eat to the way he lives his […]
14/02/2018

Diabetes: Hypoglycemia Doesn’t Impaired Cognition In Children with Type 1 Diabetes

Under results of a new study, hypoglycemia, which is a drop in levels of blood sugar, and is severe enough to cause seizures or coma in […]
14/02/2018

7 Steps on How to Prevent Diabetes

Diabetes is more prevalent than ever and 95% of cases diagnosed are type 2 diabetes.Although for some the development of diabetes is inevitable, perhaps due to […]
14/02/2018

Coping with Diabetes

Every day, in the United States, more than 2000 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed. Type II diabetes, the most prevalent form of diabetes worldwide, often […]
14/02/2018

Diagnosing & Treating Feline Diabetes

Believed to effect 1 in 400 cats, feline diabetes often presents itself with symptoms that are very similar to those found in humans. The good news […]
14/02/2018

Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Stroke Could Happen To You

Did you know that if you have diabetes you have a greater chance of dying from heart disease or stroke and it doesn’t make any difference […]