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Urine Is Not A Word, It’s A Responsibility. Diabetes Insipidus.

Diabetes Insipidus

ShareDiabetes Insipidus, a far more rare disease than diabetes mellitus, has very little or nothing to do with sugar, though it is called diabetes. Only three in a hundred thousand people, in the general population, suffer from this disease.  The patient suffers from excessive thirst and the urine excreted is extremely diluted. No matter how much or how often you …

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Because I Talk To God.

Diabetes and Power of Prayers. wellbeing

SharePrayer can be defined as communication with God, the creator of life, the collective unconscious, or one’s higher self. The power of prayer should not be underestimated. Prayer is the path through which people convey their belief or faith in the almighty.  God most certainly listens to prayers, answers prayers, and moves in reply to prayers. Recent studies in the …

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The Face Of A New Revolution. Diabetes Care.

New to Diabetes Care

ShareOur family members set about the huge task of finding out: – what is diabetes?  We researched the types of diabetes and the signs of diabetes. Having changed our diet to sugar-free food with less carbohydrates and even more fresh vegetables, we saw the symptoms of diabetes more or less disappear. Of course, my daughter was also on medication but she …

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Need A Target For Your Insufferable Nagging. Is Your Best Friend a Target For Diabetes?

teenage diabetes

ShareWhat do you do when you encounter the fact that your best friend in college is diabetic – as we are all aware that this is not an impossible situation. Teenage diabetes is not a very rare situation anymore and as a friend you would also have a very important role to play in helping the patient. Be very calm and …

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Get Your Ship Together.

Healthy Diet

ShareA common myth circulating is that obesity causes diabetes. This is not true. There is no direct correlation between obesity and diabetes. Yes, being overweight, the possibility of one developing type 2 diabetes is higher, but there are other risk factors to also consider, such as family history, blood pressure, cholesterol levels, ethnicity and age. Unfortunately, very often people neglect …

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