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Diabetes Psychotic Behavior

November 30, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

There are people who have had experience in which their diabetic relatives become delusional at some point especially when the diabetic patient is experiencing hypoglycemia or very low blood sugar level. Patients are usually described as psychotic which is a psychological condition in which a depressed person demonstrates abnormal thinking or behavior reflected in the distraction of relationships and work productivity, estrangement from society, and inability to function normally in their daily life. Psychosis associated with diabetes is termed as diabetic psychosis.

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Peanut Butter good for Diabetics?

November 28, 2012 Category :Diabetes Facts 0

Peanut butter is a low glycemic index food found in the food pyramid. When the peanut is eaten slowly, it would lead to slow increase in the blood sugar of a person. This may result to low glycemic index foods that are suggested to benefit the control of both non-insulin-dependent and insulin-dependent diabetes. Be sure to check how much peanut butter one should take and ask the doctor for more information on how much recommended for an individual to take. The peanut butter comprised primarily of protein and fats. The normal peanut butter contains approximately 100 calories in a tablespoon. The nutrients of the peanut butter have 5 g of protein, 8 grams of fat, 1 gram of sugars and 3 grams of carbohydrates which is good for the body.

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Safe Antibiotics for Diabetics

November 26, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Generally, antibiotics are safe for people with diabetes. It is nevertheless important for people the purpose of antibiotics. Antibiotics are drugs that are primarily used for the treatment of bacterial infections. Bacterial infections are usually manifested through fever. It must be noted though that there are other different possible causes of fever. The occurrence of fever however, is the normal body reaction when bacteria invade the body. Fever is generally detected with the increase of body temperature. Similar symptoms is manifested in case of flu which is on the other hand is caused by the influenza virus. Viral infections however are often self-limiting, which means that a person gets better without need for medications. In which case, taking antibiotics for viral infections such as flu would be useless and ineffective.

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Stem Cell Therapy for Diabetics

November 24, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Stem cell Therapy generally refers to any treatment strategy in which new adult stem cells are introduced or injected into a damaged or impaired tissue, which will initiate the regeneration or reproduction of new cells that will replace infected or damaged cells resulting to treatment. This fundamentally rests on the ability of stem cells to self-renew and replace the damaged tissues in the body, with marginal risk of rejection or negative side effects. Stem cell therapy is widely accepted to be effective for bone marrow transplantation and is commonly used for skin rejuvenation. Thus, stem cell therapy is more renowned for aesthetic treatment to counter the signs of aging like wrinkles and other skin damages. In the case of bone marrow transplants, the stem cells used normally come from the patient themselves or from human donors. There are some instances when animal cells are used.

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Benefits of Pandesal

November 23, 2012 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Pandesal is most common and the most popular bread in the Philippines. Its name is Spanish for “salt bread.” Unlike the typical loaf of bread, the pandesal dough is rolled and cut to smaller pieces before baking it. Today, it is the most common breakfast bread used by most Filipinos which they stuff with different spreads, sardines, butter, peanut butter, cheese, langonisa, eggs or anything that will suit their taste. Another common way Filipinos eat the pandesal is by dipping it on coffee. Thus, pandesal and coffee is the most common breakfast among Filipinos.

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CACI Face and Body Care Centre

November 21, 2012 Category :Physical Wellness 0

With here expertise in management and passion for beauty and wellness, what started only as a vision has turned into a successful venture in providing a set of globally recognized beauty and wellness products and services in the Philippines.

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California Nails & Day Spa

November 20, 2012 Category :Spa| Stress Busters 0

Based on countless stories I’ve heard from my mother and her friends, there are vicious manicurists who will mercilessly scrape off the cuticles and cruelly dig just to cut that pestering ingrown. With this fear, I would exert more of my own efforts in cleaning and polishing my nails rather than face the music with the dreaded nail executioners.

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Breast-Conserving Surgery Downside

November 18, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Women who have undergone a mastectomy (removal of the breast) may still go through repeat mammograms and invasive procedures years subsequent to the said operation. This is the conclusion of a new study which basically outlines a possible downside of breast-conserving surgery for treating DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ).

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Most Women on Dialysis may Suffer from Sexual Problems

November 17, 2012 Category :Health Watch 0

While there are findings on erectile dysfunction among men on hemodialysis, women are not exempted from this as, according to new research, most women on dialysis for kidney failure were found to suffer from sexual problems as well.

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Dr. Florence Amorado Santos

November 16, 2012 Category :People and Places 0

Dr. Florence Amorado Santos is one of the renowned doctor in the Philippines who is well accepted as an authority in diabetes and diabetic care. He is a member of the Philippine Society of Endocrinology and Metabolism (PSEM) was founded in 1962 and worked as assistant secretary of the Philippine chapter of AACE (American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists).

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