Diabetes Health in the News Podcast: More Exercise is Essential in Cutting Heart Failure Risk

https://media.blubrry.com/diabeteshealthpodcast/p/www.diabeteshealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Nov-19_-2015_-12_45_27-AM.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadClick here to listen to today’s Diabetes Health in the News Podcast! Researchers have found that when it comes to protecting your heart and preventing heart failure, more exercise is crucial. While this may sound like common sense, a new study has suggested precisely how much more exercise we need – possibly 2-4 times for 150 minutes of moderate

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Warning Letters Issued to Illegally Sold Diabetes Treatments

Recently, FDA launched an initiative to counter these illegally sold products aimed at consumers who have diabetes. In addition to evaluating numerous consumer complaints, FDA surveyed the marketplace for illegally sold products promising to treat diabetes and its complications. In July 2013, FDA issued letters warning 15 companies about selling products for diabetes in violation of federal law. These products are sold as dietary supplements;

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Book Explains Diabetes in Practical and Lighthearted Style

You may not be a dummy, but chances are you are overwhelmed by all the diabetes information you are bombarded with, information that can be highly complex, technical and fast-changing. Information about diabetes can be difficult to incorporate into a healthy life. If this is your problem, “Diabetes For Dummies” is clearly on target for you. This wide-ranging and witty, pack-it-all-in guide provides you with

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Reduce Heart Disease By 50%, Expert Touts Exercise, Not Drugs

The February issue of Diabetes Health included an article titled “Diabetes Expert Offers Tips on Understanding and Preventing Heart Disease: Drugs are the Answer” by Alan Marcus, MD. The article emphasized the use of medication to control high blood pressure and cholesterol and to prevent heart disease in people with diabetes. The article listed only three modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease: smoking, hypercholesterol-emia, and

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