Sunday, March 01, 2015

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Life with diabetes may slightly change your social and romantic relationships. You may have to make lifestyle changes, which may or may not affect your partner. 

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My usual breakfast has changed because of my new diet. But it’s better for me than the smoked salmon that I ate before as well as being even tastier. More than seven years ago when I began to follow a very-low carb diet, people told me that it would be hard to stay on. Shortly after I started on it I wrote “Why I Low-carb” for a…

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David Mendosa, Health Guide, posted Belonging to Our Culture: Diabetes… Once we have diabetes we are even more isolated from our culture than most…

02/11/15

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Gretchen Becker, Health Guide, commented on Our Children will Rebel against Diabetes Interesting idea. I wonder how society can make use of it.

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Ann Bartlett, Health Guide, commented on Husband is driving me nuts There is something to understand here, your husband is not to blame for diabetes. Research…

07/25/11

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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…

06/18/10

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