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arrow Slideshow: Type 2 Diabetes Overview
25-04-2011
Type 2 diabetes strikes people of all ages, and early symptoms are subtle. In fact, about one out of three people with type 2 diabetes donít know they have it.
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arrow Serving Sizes and Diabetes
23-12-2010
Watching your serving sizes can help you keep the complications of diabetes in check. A dietitian can advise you on how many servings from each food group you should eat per day.
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arrow Tips for Dining Out With Diabetes
23-12-2010
Eating less salt can substantially reduce the risk of health problems associated with high blood pressure, which is a risk factor for heart disease and stroke -- a cause of death for more than
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arrow Diabetes and Alcohol
14-12-2010
Alcohol is processed in the body very similarly to the way fat is processed, and alcohol provides almost as many calories.
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arrow Tips for Traveling With Diabetes
11-11-2010
For people with diabetes, going on vacation or traveling for business requires extra planning. Changes in meal patterns, activity levels
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arrow The Truth About Sweets and Diabetes
11-11-2010
In fact, research has shown that starches like potatoes and white bread affect your blood glucose levels much like sugar -- causing sometimes-dangerous spikes in blood sugar.
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