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What Raises My Risk Of Having A Stroke?
2017-03-26 12:04
According to the American Diabetes Association, ADA, a person with diabetes is 1.5 times more likely to have a stroke (ADA, 2014). A stroke occurs when blood is stopped from getting to the b… Read More
How Do I Know If I Am Having A Stroke?
2017-03-24 12:38
People with diabetes are 1.5 times more likely to have a stroke than people without diabetes (ADA, 2014). Not only that, but a lot of conditions associated with diabetes also raise the risk… Read More
High Blood Pressure: The Diabetic Epidemic
2017-03-22 12:51
High blood pressure is present in 1 out of every 3 Americans (ADA, 2014). Diabetes effects almost 30 million Americans. Over 86 million people have prediabetes in the United States. Why does… Read More
Preventing High Blood Pressure
2017-03-21 12:37
Diabetes is a disease that affects the effectiveness of insulin in converting glucose into energy. This can cause things such as high or low blood sugar levels. Normally, people with diabete… Read More
DKA And Diabetes
2017-03-20 12:41
When I first heard of diabetic ketoacidosis, DKA, I did not have a clue what it meant. Ketoacidosis is such an intimidating word. As a huge fan of language, I instantly started breaking it d… Read More
Type 2 Diabetes And The Genetic Connection
2017-03-19 12:06
Is type 2 diabetes genetic? It’s a thought that crosses over our minds every time one of our relatives become diagnosed. Am I in trouble? We think about this when we discover the possi… Read More
The Genetic Link With Type 1 Diabetes
2017-03-18 12:10
A person with type 1 diabetes has white blood cells that attack islets, cells that produce insulin, because they read them as a foreign substance per the Diabetes Research Institute Foundati… Read More
How To Treat Diabetes Insipidus
2017-03-17 12:46
Diabetes insipidus can be triggered by a multitude of causes. Overall, diabetes insipidus is a disorder related to the kidneys and parts of the brain that signal how much fluid to filter. So… Read More

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