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Study suggests, but doesn’t prove, that odds increase for some types of tumors, but drop for others Having type 1 diabetes may raise the risk of some cancers, but lower the risk of others, a new study suggests. A higher risk was seen for cancers of the stomach, liver, pancreas, endometrium, ovary and kidneys. But […]

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Six-year-old Owen Pollard, top, has Type 1 diabetes and must have his blood sugar and carbohydrate levels before and after lunch with help from a nurse, Kellie Schimelman. Credit Alexandra Daley-Clark for The New York Times With twin boys ready for school, Jason and Jessica Pollard braced for paperwork, parent-teacher meetings and shopping trips for […]

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You have rights. Know them. People with diabetes have the right to test blood sugar and inject insulin anywhere at work. Do you have what you need to manage your diabetes at work? Are you able to check your blood sugar, eat, take medications or treat low blood sugar, anywhere and at any time? Did […]

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There are more youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D) and type 2 diabetes (T2D) reporting depressive symptoms than there are depression diagnoses in this population, according to a study published online October 12 in Diabetes Care. Janet Silverstein, MD, from the University of Florida in Gainesville, and colleagues examined the frequency of depressive symptoms among […]

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A new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine adds to the evidence that drinking a moderate amount of wine can be good for your health. iStockphoto But that nightly glass of wine could be one small part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. If you’re in the habit of drinking wine with dinner, […]

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The new season 11 promo for ‘KUWTK’ reveals a stunning admission from Kim Kardashian about her possible struggle with diabetes! You’re not going to want to miss this season. Click to WATCH the trailer! It’s going to be an action-packed and emotional season 11 on Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and if this promo is anything […]

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Increased drinking and urination are two of the main reasons that patients are referred to internal medicine specialitsts. Human nature is to draw a parallel with pets and humans and most people have some knowledge of diabetes be it through a family member or personal experience. As such, this is often one of the first […]

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Type 2 diabetes can be reversed in some people, at least temporarily, but it may take extreme measures. Lifestyle changes like weight loss and exercise are most likely to have an effect early in the course of the disease, shortly after a patient moves from prediabetes to diabetes and is still producing some insulin. At […]

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Changing your diet isn’t the only way to achieve a healthy lifestyle with diabetes. Here’s how exercise can help you fight fat and lower your blood sugar. 1. Reach your weight loss goal faster. Study after study shows that regular physical activity can help you to burn more calories, torch more body fat (especially belly […]

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Diabetes-related expenditures are on the rise in New York and has been part of a surge in state Medicaid spending, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said in a report Friday. Over a five-year period ending in March, diabetes-related expenditures for Medicaid recipients grew by $293.7 million, or 31 percent, to $1.2 billion, DiNapoli said. Over the […]

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