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Diabetes

avoid diabetes-related complicationsHow to Avoid Diabetes-Related Health Complications

Diabetes increases the risk of many serious problems related to the circulatory system. When blood glucose levels are too high, small blood vessels in the eyes, kidneys, heart, and nervous system may be damaged. This can lead to a range of severe complications. Most diabetes-related complications can be prevented with a healthy diet, plenty of […]

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Diabetes

Managing Your Diabetes Isn’t Easy—But It’s Worth It

Managing diabetes isn’t easy, especially during the holidays when it’s hard to stick to your routine and treats and goodies seem to be everywhere. But it’s definitely worth it. Diabetes is a serious disease that affects 29 million adults in the United States. Left undiagnosed or untreated, diabetes can lead to serious health problems such […]

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Diabetes, Family Issues, Relationships

nagging wife can save your lifeStop Complaining — Your Nagging Wife May Be Saving Your Life

For more than 100 years, scientists have told us that marriage is good for our health (especially if you’re a man). It reduces stress levels, lowers the risk of heart attack and stroke, and generally leads to longer lives. More recently, researchers have been looking at marital quality as a predictor of health, and the […]

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Diabetes

How Sweet It Isn’t: Keeping An Eye On Your Blood Sugar

Most healthy adults experience a rise in the level of glucose (sugar) in their blood after eating, particularly a meal that’s high in carbohydrates. For healthy people, elevated blood sugar—called hyperglycemia—usually isn’t a big deal. A healthy body produces plenty of insulin, which is what quickly and efficiently moves the glucose out of the blood […]

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Cardio, Diabetes, Health, Nutrition, Others

Top Chronic Diseases Men Should be Aware OfTop Chronic Diseases Men Should be Aware Of

Although the gap has definitely decreased, women still live an average of 5 years longer than men do. And although both men and women are affected by chronic illness, men tend to smoke and drink more than women increasing their risk of many diseases. To top it off, men are also much less diligent about getting preventative care […]

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