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Top Ten Reasons on Not Losing Weight For Diabetics

March 1, 2019 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

Misis, tumaba na naman kayo.”

“Doktora, hindi na nga po ako kumakain. Isang kutsarang kanin na lang sa tanghali at isang platitong salad na lang sa gabi. Nag wa-walking ako 30 minutes three times a week. Simula nang nagka-diabetes ako, tumaba na ako nang tumaba, doktora! Kahit anong gawin ko.”

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Ballroom Dance for Diabetics

July 4, 2014 Category :General Wellness 0

Ballroom Dance is a set of partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world. There are different types of ballroom dances such as tango, bolero, cha-cha, foxtrot, hip hop, hustle, jive, meringue, paso doble, rumba, salsa, samba, swing and waltz among others. Each type of dance involves a complex and specific movement and rhythmic pattern of the feet and body that is accompanied by music.

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Vegan Diet for Diabetics

March 22, 2014 Category :Healthy Advocacy 0

A vegan diet does not treat diabetes but it will definitely help in managing the disease and prevent its complications from occurring. A key to managing diabetes is proper diet and the vegan diet is ideal to help diabetics in controlling weight, avoid diabetes-associated complications and even help make the body to become more responsive to insulin.

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Lixisenatide Diabetes Drug

February 10, 2014 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Lixisenatide (Lyxumia) is an injectable drug for diabetes that acts as a GLP-1 receptor agonist for controlling blood sugar. It was discovered by the Zealand Pharma A/S in Denmark and licensed and developed by Sanofi Pharmaceuticals. GLP-1 is a natural peptide that is released in blood after eating meal and helps in suppressing the secretion of glucose while simultaneously stimulating insulin secretion by the pancreas. Lixisenatide is injected one a day for the treatment of type 2 diabetes patients, who are incapable of attaining sufficient sugar control with oral diabetes medication or basal insulin.

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Mobile Phones can help Underdeveloped Nations with Diabetes

February 25, 2012 Category :Diabetes Research 0

Worried about your diabetes? Then make a call.

A new study from the Veterans Affairs Ann Harbor Healthcare System and the University of Michigan showed that “Telehealth“—the practice of using telecommunications to deliver health services—proved to be effective in helping impoverished patients manage their diabetes.

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