How To Control Diabetes in Its Early Stages

Does Diabetes have initial symptoms that can be controlled by immediately eating differently?

By Susan K. Manez MS, RD, CDN

Diabetes is a condition that effects millions of Americans. According to the American Diabetes Association, in 2015, 30.3 million Americans or 9.4% of the population had diabetes. Even more alarming is that a whopping 1.5 million more Americans are diagnosed each year,

How to Cope with a New Diabetes Diagnosis

4 Main Tips to Help You Cope With a New Diabetes Diagnosis

By: Dr. Kristin Allison

Learning of a new diagnosis of diabetes can feel devastating. This is especially true if you are surprised by blood work results when you weren’t aware of symptoms. Some respond with fear of the possible complications of diabetes and changes ahead.

Factors that Affect Bariatric Surgery as a treatment option for diabetes

Bariatric Surgery and its Impact on Diabetes

By: Jeanne Karson, Adult Nurse Practitioner since 2010.

Bariatric surgery  as a treatment option for diabetes associated with obesity  has become an established treatment option for diabetes associated with obesity.  Studies have shown that bariatric surgery is superior to conventional medical treatment and is effective in the resolution of Type 2 diabetes.

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