By Emma Dunn An Australian study finds people with Type 1 are living longer, but not as long as the average population. A new study on life expectancy and Type 1 diabetes has brought results that can be seen as glass half-empty or glass half-full. The bad news is that life expectancy for people with […]
Dispatches from the Front A series of sketches for parents of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, their relatives, caregivers, and friends. Read Chapter 01 here. Chapter 02 Hope Ranch Grand Opening - After the School Bus By Dan...
By Wayne Rohde and Lou Conte Did the CDC Censor Vaxxed? Or Did the CDC’s Proxies Do It for them? Columbia University’s Dilemma Report 5 Please read Reports 1, 2, 3 and 4 here. Many readers may not know Columbia...
By Susan Weiner, MS, RDN, CDE, CDN As a registered dietitian-nutritionist and certified diabetes educator for over 25 years, I know that staying organized can be quite challenging. So, I teamed up with professional organizing guru Leslie Josel to come up with specific tools, tips and strategies to help people with diabetes become more organized […]
May 8, 2016, Sharyl Attkisson’s Full Measure on “Vaxxed,” Tribeca, and more. "When a controversial film is pulled from a prestigious festival some claim censorship. Full Measure talks with some filmmakers about who controls what you see, or don't see,...
How do you make vegetables taste good enough that you want to eat them? There are easy, quick methods like these... The post Five Ways to Cook Healthy, Tasty Vegetables appeared first on Diabetes Self-Management.
I don't remember in which catalog I came across this game, but I knew it would be a great birthday gift for Lucas - and it has been.Equate: The Equation Thinking Game is like scrabble but with math problems. It is for ages 8+ but provides...Show More Summary
Three HIV change agents—GMHC's Kelsey Louie, NMAC's Paul Kawata, and Black AIDS Institute's Phill Wilson—are leading with race as a way to combat the spread of HIV and AIDS, especially among young African-Americans. Also included: the...Show More Summary
Healthy people can have one or more slightly leaky valves, frequently, with no symptoms. But if the heart valve is severe, it might significantly interfere with normal blood flow through the heart. This can cause symptoms of congestive heart failure that include shortness of breath, leg swelling or liquid retention elsewhere in the body. Show More Summary
A comorbidity condition is two or disorders or chronic conditions which exist simultaneously in a patient and is otherwise known as multiple chronic conditions. Researchers published a study in the journal Current Medical Research and Opinion where they studied electronic health records of a cohort of 1,389,016 adults in the US with type 2 diabetes […]
Dispatches from the Front: A series of sketches for parents of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, their relatives, caregivers, and friends. Age of Autism Contributor Dan Burns writes: In Dispatches from the Front, I tell my story of...
Blueberry Mojitos Looking for a great low-carb but still sweet mojito? This is the one for you! It’s just perfect for a weekend celebration with friends, or anytime you want to splurge on a cool beverage. Sparkling Raspberry Limeade Mocktails Want a cocktail but without the alcohol? Then this “mocktail” is for you! Still sweet and the […]
A new study shows that strength training helps one of the body's most important muscles: the heart. Should you start using weights or bands? The post Resistance Training for Heart Health appeared first on Diabetes Self-Management.
On today’s DiabetesPowerShow.com, Charlie, Chris, Theresa, Chris and Guests, talk about Sleep Apnea, the not-so-silent killer.Sleep deprivation caused by sleep apnea is responsible for thousands of accidents every year. Click here for a report on several tragic accidents that were caused by a lack of sleep. Show More Summary
Dear AOA readers: Today at Noon Eastern the gray lady is getting a little bit younger. We're launching a new look designed to make us more enjoyable to read, a cleaner and calmer feel in the midst of media mayhem....
This weekend, my family and I were sitting in our church’s Easter service, and out of the blue, my 7 year old looks up and me and says, “Mommy, is it true that diabetes is dangerous?” Now, he of course knows I have diabetes. And that I wear an insulin pump. And he knows what […]
After 31 years of living with HIV, this activist still isn't slowing down.