Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Depression

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Having diabetes can lead to feelings of depression because it is a serious and difficult disease to manage.  Stress is created from the all-encompassing management and lifestyle changes that need to occur. Therefore, it is important to know the signs of depression and seek help.

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Sometimes the best way to understand something is to look at it from the other side. Those of us who have diabetes think a lot of the time about the special problems that we face. This makes thinking and acting as if we didn't have diabetes all the more necessary. We all feel better when, for example, we can say that I am a lucky man or…

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Shady, Community Member, answered Has anyone with diabetes and manic… Yes.   It's true.   There is a limit to the mg and also…

08/20/13

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Stumbo, Community Member, commented on The Time Will Come: Glimpsing Life with… Note: I've been able to keep my A1C at 6 or lower, my blood pressure at…

03/03/11

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Dr. Fran Cogen, Health Pro, commented on Type 2 Diabetes and Depression in… Thank you for your informative commentary. Dr.Cogen

01/06/11

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kosuru, Community Member, commented on Reflecting on Mortality and Diabetes Thought provoking words.  Well everybody after a certain age will be resolved…

01/02/11

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