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Islet Cell Transplanation?
Islet Cell Transplantation at Walter Reed Army Medical Center
How Diabetes Affects the Heart
ACCORD Trials Update: Studying Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes
Avandia and Heart Attack Risk
March brings the beginning of spring, so get your gardening clothes ready. If you are not sure about the exercise value of gardening, please read this article. Make sure that you drink lots of fresh water if the weather is hot and place your glucometer in your pocket, along with glucose tablets.
Depression and Diabetes
February is National Heart Awareness Month. Please make sure you know the symptoms of heart attacks, and talk your healthcare team about your cholesterol and lipid profiles. If you're not already, make this the year to become heart healthy.
A1c Control for Type 2 Diabetes Patients
Preventing Night-time Hypoglycemic Events There was an article in the February 5, 2010, issue of the Lancet titled "Manual closed-loop insulin delivery in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes: a phase 2 randomized crossover trial." The study was done by Dr. Roman Hovorka, PhD et al.
New Type 2 Diabetes Treatment
FDA Approves New Type 2 Diabetes Treatment
Type 2 Diabetes Genetic Research
Type 2 Diabetes Genetic Research Headlines this week start with a DNA sweep which found new links to type 2 diabetes. Two studies published online in the journal Nature Genetics this week were the results of hundreds of scientists sifting through genetic data from 122,000 people.
Making Healthy Carb Decisions with Type 1 Diabetes
The new year brings resolutions for many of us. I'd encourage you to put this on your resolution list: make appointments to see all your physicians, which includes primary care, ophthalmologist, gynecologist, urologist, endocrinologist, cardiologist, dentist, periodontist, and all others you have been told that you should see on a yearly basis.
Does Coffee Protect You from Diabetes?
Intense Blood Glucose Control and Cardiovascular Benefits for Type 2 Diabetes Patients One of our continuous mantras is: "Please keep your HbA1c below 7%." This is suggested by the ADA. Tight control has been linked to control of long-term complications of diabetes.
The Impact of Inactivity on Kids at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
Are you beginning to bake for the holidays? Please look at our articles on how to cut fat from your recipes.
Safety of Type 2 Diabetes Medications
December arrives with many parties to attend. If you need ideas for what to make during the holidays, please check out Diabetic-Recipes. There are excellent menus for the holidays available.
Alcohol May Protect You from Type 2 Diabetes
The last week of November is filled with headlines that I hope will bring new understanding for you and your family about diabetes.
Foot Ulcers Linked to Mortality in People with Diabetes
The holidays are less than three weeks away. Today is the day to look at the Entertaining section of Diabetic-Lifestyle.com to review the Thanksgiving menus and recipes. You’ll find ideas for large gatherings or a dinner for two.

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