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Care requirements may be unique for older individuals with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes

May 13, 2011
The baby boomer generation turns 65 this year, which means that more of the U.S. population will be coping with age-related health conditions. Although type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes may be diagnosed at any time in life, the risk of developing the latter increases with age.
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Survey shows how living with type 2 diabetes affects patients' everyday life

May 13, 2011
While some men and women maintain close relationships with their primary care providers, others may not disclose information to their physicians about how type 2 diabetes affects their personal lives or speak up about their thoughts on diabetes treatments.
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Doctors demystify the pre-diabetes diagnosis

May 12, 2011
So you've been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. Your doctor tells you that you're not alone, since a growing number of Americans are receiving similar news. However, some people don't fully understand what this condition entails or how to improve it.
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Obesity may not be the only risk factor for type 2 diabetes

May 12, 2011
Some people may be surprised to learn that their healthy-weight friends or family members have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, since the general consensus among medical professionals and non-experts is that many cases of the chronic illness are brought on by poor eating habits.
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People with type 2 diabetes can combat the disease with diet and exercise

May 12, 2011
When individuals are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, they are often faced with a serious choice between spending the rest of their lives on diabetes medications, with the possibility that their condition may worsen, and committing themselves to a healthy lifestyle overhaul.
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Individuals with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes may consider adding several 'super foods' to their diabetic diet

May 12, 2011
After some time, many diets become repetitive and individuals struggle to adhere to their monotonous eating regimens, which may put people who have type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes at risk for unhealthy changes in blood sugar levels.
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Men and women discuss the balance of home life, work and type 2 diabetes

May 11, 2011
Pragya Narang, a woman with type 2 diabetes, recently watched as her family members indulged in a high-fat celebratory dinner, while she sat consciously counting the carbohydrates in everything that she planned to eat.
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Lifestyle interventions may help women with gestational diabetes avoid type 2 diabetes later in life

May 11, 2011
While some mothers-to-be start planning their post-pregnancy workout regimens months before their due dates, others may find themselves succumbing to ice cream cravings - they're going to gain weight either way, right?
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Proper disease management may help individuals with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes avoid vocal cord paralysis

May 10, 2011
At the recent 8th Middle East Update in Otolaryngology Exhibition & Conference, medical experts discussed a lesser-known reason why proper diabetes management is important for people with type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Good care can help patients avoid vocal cord paralysis, they said.
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Montana health officials highlight prevalence of diabetes among Native American groups

May 09, 2011
After a recent report indicated that more Native Americans in Montana have been diagnosed with type 1 diabetes or type 2 diabetes than ever before, members of the tribal communities are attempting to spread awareness about the disease, according to a recent article published by KXLH 9 News.
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