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Answered: Help with a diabetic project?

Each person's chemical makeup is different. One size does not fit all. Each patient needs to follow recommendations from his/her doctor to determine what works best for them. What works for me may not work for the next person.

Answered: I am a 60 year old female with Type 1 diabetes for 50 years. When should

I doubt that this has been cleared or endorsed by your medical doctor. Does your doctor even know you are playing cat & mouse with your health?

Answered: Are cat scratches dangerous for type 2 diabetics?

Cat scratches can be dangerous for anybody - diabetic - or - not.

Answered: Healthy along with Diabetes

Drink tea without sugar, if not able you can start with sugar free pills but slowly and slowly try to drink Tea/Coffee or milk without sugar or sugar free pills. At dinner time eat with some hunger remaining. Avoid full stomach eating. read more info:- http://www.speakarea.com/articles/living ...

Answered: Is Diabetes one of the Risperdal's side effects?

Risperdal and other second generation antipsychotics may have the potential to hold patients at risk of developing metabolic conditions, including hyperglycemia and diabetes. See it here http://wiki.directvelo.com/index.php/Potential_Adverse_Health_Complications_Tied_to_Risperdal_Use
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Why do doctors want diabetics A1C closer to 7.0 rather than normal

I'll be back, I need to see if my beer is missing. Bubba

Diabetes and Alzheimer's?

In Alzheimer’s disease , the brain’s ability to metabolize sugar is reduced, creating “diabetes in the brain". Consequently, the brain cells practically starve to death

What's healthy eating for a diabetic?

Diabetes control diet like Bitter gourd juice,Papaya,Vegetables,whole grain breads and cereals instead of refined flour.etc

Diabetes hyper. What is this?

Diabetes is a condition where the endocrine system and exocrine system have difficulty maintaining proper levels of serum glucose. All carbohydrates will break down to glucose eventually. Usually physicians will start by monitoring the diet, then oral medications that correct specific imbalances ...