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Use Microsoft Picture Manager. It comes bundled with the MS Office Suite. However, get the older version like the MS Office 2007. Microsoft has removed the Picture Manager from the 2013 suite and replaced it with Windows Picture Gallery (part of Windows Essentials). Even though the latter is ...

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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.

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Use your own email address for AOL Answers. Here's a web site for a downloadable Diabetes Self-Care Diary: http://www.lillydiabetes.com/documents/pdf/LD79617_Self%20Care%20Diary_10.9.12_FINAL_v1.pdf
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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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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

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