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Workaholics Ask for Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

Strokes, Diabetes Mellitus and Cardiac Diseases

ShareWork overtime and get a stroke. A standard full-time job working thirty-five to forty hours a week is considerably healthier than fifty-five hours or more a week;  the latter are more likely to increase their risk of stroke or a cardiac disease by thirty-three percent , says a study conducted by  University College, London. Jobs requiring long working hours can …

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Sorry Kids, It’s In The Calender

Adolescence and Diabetes

ShareAdolescence is the period- when kids sprout up, fill up and maybe even mouth off. Teens at this stage are on an emotional rollercoaster and we are along for the ride whether we like it or not. Teens are at a time in their lives when emotions can overwhelm them and they don’t know what to do with these strong …

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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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