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Five Ways to Get Back on Track When You’re Burned Out

January 1, 2015

Burnout is common among people with diabetes, especially those who have had the disease for years, even decades. Diabetes management can be exhausting, confusing, and frustrating, particularly when you think you are doing everything right but your blood sugars still fail to cooperate. We’ve all heard the saying, “When the going gets tough, the tough […]

Posted in: Blog, Blood Sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes Health, Diet, Diet And Exercise, Diet Choices, Exercise, Exercise And Nutrition, Manage/Management, Medications, Sleep

Baby’s Diet Influenced By Mom’s Socioeconomic Background

December 12, 2014

Babies born to women who make more money are also more likely to get more nutrients from their diets, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Buffalo. Researchers analyzed data from the two-year Infant Feeding Practices Study, which followed about 1,500 babies aged 6 to 12 months. They found that the […]

Posted in: Baby, Department Of Pediatrics, Diabetes Health Magazine, Families, Food, Health Habits, Infant Feeding Practices Study, Infants, News, Nutrients, Poverty, Pre-Diabetes, University Of Buffalo, Women

Swedish Researchers Say There’s a Link Between Childhood Abuse and Later Obesity

December 11, 2014

Swedish researchers report that there may be a link between childhood abuse and the development of bad eating habits later in life that lead to obesity. Scientists at the Karolinska Institute in Solna, Sweden, undertook a meta-analysis of 23 studies that had involved a total of 112,000 subjects. They determined that participants who experienced mental […]

Posted in: Childhood Obesity, Diabetes Health, News, Pre-Diabetes

Diabetes Health: Diabetes And Alcohol Crossword Puzzle #24

December 10, 2014

Crossword Puzzle Solution Posted Next Day

Posted in: Alcohol, Apepetite, Blog, Diabetics, Lipids

Overnight Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery Found To Be Safe And Effective For Teens

December 9, 2014

Overnight closed-loop insulin delivery – which acts like an artificial pancreas and delivers insulin doses automatically – has proved to be safe and effective at controlling blood glucose levels in adolescents with type 1 diabetes, researchers recently found. While the insulin pump and continuous glucose monitoring systems that are currently available on the market are […]

Posted in: Diabetes, Diabetes Health, Diabetes Health Magazine, Diabetic Teens, Diabetics, Disease, News, Overnight Closed-Loop Insulin Delivery, Pancreas, Teens With Diabetes, Trust-Medical Research

Florida Nutrition Experts Seeing Higher Numbers of Type 2 in Children

December 8, 2014

Three decades ago, type 2 diabetes wasn’t associated with children, but with middle-aged adults. In the 30 years that have passed since the advent of the Wendy’s “Where’s the Beef” ad campaign, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Apple’s Mac computer, however, a lot has changed. And today, kids are being diagnosed with type 2 […]

Posted in: Diabetes, Diabetes Health, Diabetes Health Magazine, Holtz Childrens Hospital, News, Obesity, Obesity Epidemic, Processed Foods, Rising Obesity, Type 2, Type 2 Diabetes

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