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Owners can manage schnauzer’s diabetes

$ave on Boston Herald Home Delivery Jobs with Herald Media For back copy and collectible issue information please call 617-619-6265.  Click here for Celtics, Patriots and Red Sox, and Bruins back copiesThe post Owners can manage schnauzer’s d...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 23, 2013

Hundreds come out to fight heart diesease, diabetes

Just about everyone knows walking is good for your health. Saturday in Bloomington-Normal, more than 1,000 people walked to help the health of others in charity events to raise money to fight heart disease and diabetes. About 900 people participated...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 23, 2013

Taunton’s Morton Hospital expands diabetes education program

Morton Hospital and Steward Healthcare in Taunton recently expanded on its diabetes program, to better educate and treat a high amount of patients in the community who are suffering from or at risk of the metabolic disease. Over the summer, Steward M...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 23, 2013

Weight-Loss Surgery & Long-Term Diabetes Control

Weight-Loss Surgery Long-Term Diabetes Control By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Sept. 19 (HealthDay News) — Weight loss surgery can benefit overweight patients with type 2 diabetes for up to nine years after the procedure, accordin...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 23, 2013

Weight Loss Surgery For The Obese May Help Diabetes Go Into Remission

Controlling type 2 diabetes is an enormous task for anyone, especially for people who are obese or may have difficulty eating healthily. Previous studies have shown that weight loss surgeries can help obese people control their diabetes, but a new ...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013

Upstate walkers hope to stomp out diabetes

GREER, SC (FOX Carolina) - More than 1,000 people laced up their shoes and hit the pavement Saturday morning in Greer in hopes of curing Type 1 diabetes. Hundreds of teams of walkers participated in the Greenville 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes, which to...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013

Arab Diabetes Forum warns: 1 out of every 5 diabetic patients in Egypt is at …

Diabetic retinopathy, condemning patients to progressive loss of vision and independence, came at the forefront of complications as experts discussed new treatment frontiers. “Leading unhealthy lifestyles is one of the reasons six countries in...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013

13 Weeks: I Am a Diabetic

A good friend of mine had a heart attack the other day. She did everything right — went to the ER right away when she had the first mild angina, she’d been taking care of herself with exercise and controlling her weight. In other words, pretty mu...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013

Stafford Hospital nurse struck off over treatment of diabetic patient

A NURSE has been struck off over the treatment of a diabetic patient at Stafford Hospital. Gillian Astbury, 66, died at the hospital in April 2007 after not receiving insulin. ​ Stafford Hospital. Former Stafford nurses Jeannette Coulson and Ann Ki...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013

Walking to end Type 1 Diabetes – WBNG

By Jillian Marshall Walking to end Type 1 Diabetes September 22, 2013 Updated Sep 22, 2013 at 6:11 PM EDT Town of Union, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Hundreds bundled up to take steps to help find a cure for an autoimmune disease that affects 3-million peopl...
by Diabetes Community on Sep 22, 2013


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