Thursday, August 21, 2014

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Having diabetes can impact your relationships with your friends and family, and it's important to keep some basic principles in mind. Being supportive, loving and patient can go a long way in strengthening your bonds, and helping to manage diabetes.

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Like everyone else, those of us with diabetes must prepare for emergencies. But because we have more and different needs, we have to do more than just think about what could go wrong. (Sadly, that’s what most people do.)   The United States experienced an average of 50 natural disasters each year in the first decade of this…

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Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, answered is it safe to have sex after i take my… It depends on your blood sugar level.  If your talking about taking…

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Shelly Young, LPC, Health Guide, posted Keeping a Clear Mind During Diabetes… All of us look after our bodies. We take our morning shower, wash our hands…

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Jackie Smith, Health Guide, posted Type 2 Diabetes and Failed Relationships   I am no longer coupled. After 15 years and countless issues, the one…

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Amylia Grace Yeaman, Health Guide, answered Does violent behavior while… It seems this behavior falls outside the lines of normal diabetic hypoglycemia but…

06/09/10

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