Apr 07
Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Reversed?

Can Type 2 Diabetes Be Reversed? Type 2 diabetes is a serious medical condition that affects over 35 million Americans. Though it is most common in adults, more and more children are diagnosed with the condition each year. Long believed…Read More

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Dec 21
Can Dehydration Cause High Blood Pressure?

Can Dehydration Cause High Blood Pressure? High blood pressure is a chronic condition where the force of your blood is higher than normal and pushes strongly against your blood vessel walls. When it’s not treated, high blood pressure can lead…Read More

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Nov 18
Top 8 Exercises for Diabetics

Top 8 Exercises for Diabetics Exercise is one of the best natural treatments for diabetes, as it can help control your blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes, starting an exercise program today can improve your symptoms and quality of…Read More

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Nov 11
The Best Diet for Blood Pressure Control

The Best Diet for Blood Pressure Control Medications are a standard treatment for high and low blood pressure, but certain foods can also be highly effective at helping you control blood pressure. In some instances, making just a few changes…Read More

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May 13
How to Lower Your Blood Sugar Naturally

How to Lower Blood Sugar Naturally Keeping blood sugar levels in check reduces insulin resistance, weight gain, stress hormone levels, inflammation in the body, and decreases the incidence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Medications are often the first-line treatment for…Read More

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Mar 10
What’s Neuropathy and how is it Treated?

Neuropathy  The nervous system is perhaps the most complex system in the human body. Each group of nerve affects your movements, send messages to the brain, and controls the autonomic function of being alive. Every part of the body relies…Read More

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Feb 25
Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes is a serious disease that affects your whole body in many different ways. When your blood sugar levels are too high, your blood vessels can’t function properly and there are a number of complications that can arise. One complication…Read More

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Jan 20
How to lower your A1C

Reviewed for medical accuracy by Magdalena Chavez, PA-C. Diabetes is a common disease that affects approximately one out of every ten Americans.  And prediabetes, a state of higher risk of getting diabetes or cardiovascular disease, is present in almost one…Read More

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Feb 21
8 Early Signs of Diabetes You Shouldn’t Ignore

More than 30 million Americans have diabetes. It’s also estimated that 90-95 percent of those individuals have type 2 diabetes. That’s a staggering statistic. Diabetes often develops over time, and it can be detected with a simple blood test. It’s…Read More

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Aug 22
Pump, Pen, Injection? Which Way Should You Take Insulin?

If you have diabetes and your doctor recommends insulin to help control your blood sugar, you will want to discuss all the options for insulin delivery. Figuring out which delivery method is best for you may depend on a variety…Read More

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