Wednesday, July 23, 2014

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Changing your eating and exercise habits to prevent diabetes will make you healthier overall. Walk, ride a bike or swim three times a week. Eat a diet that includes more fruits and vegetables than chips and cookies. Eat lots of fiber and avoid white bread and white rice. Losing even 15 - 20 pounds can also prevent diabetes.

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Aside from reading scholarly papers in journals, it is imperative to attend continuing medical education conferences to keep up-to-date with the prevailing theories and practical application of diabetes management (as well as to maintain professional licensure). The ADA post-graduate course is just one of many professional gatherings for…

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