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Diabetes, Sexual Issues in Men and Life Affirming Relationships

ShareMost people think that diabetes and a good sex life are not compatible. Diabetic men can also enjoy a satisfying sex life. They just need to educate themselves more about their physical condition and probable mental health issues. Diabetic males can suffer from a multitude of issues, ranging from decreased libido to difficulty attaining an erection with erectile dysfunction being …

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Nutrition Goals. A Very Heavy Defeat for Us All.

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ShareAccording to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), over 17 million people in the United States have diabetes. More than 2,000 people are diagnosed with diabetes every day! Diabetes is a disorder that affects the body’s ability to produce or respond to insulin. The body needs the hormone insulin to allow glucose to enter the cells, where it can be used …

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Diabetes. Bi-plane or Spaceship?

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ShareWho says that diabetics cannot travel by plane? Of course they can, but they do need to prepare well in advance and keep certain important factors in mind. Eating healthy is a must. You should be able to choose from local menus and still eat a balanced meal. Find the food available at your destination so you are well prepared …

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Diabetes and The Unsportsman

Diabetes and Playing a Sport

ShareEnjoying and playing a sport is recommended for everyone. Being outdoors, being physical has many benefits- for the mind, body and soul. Whether you play a competitive sport or just for the fun of it, it is a very good way to stay healthy. Having been diagnosed with diabetes should not be a hindrance or deterrent to playing a sport. …

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Hallelujah! Diabetes Mellitus May Not Be So Dependent On Insulin, After all.

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Share As if the onset of Diabetes Mellitus was not enough of a trial, insulin sensitive type 2 diabetics have had a hard time keeping their glycemic index at a healthy level. So far, there was no alternative to insulin, but now there is hope for the insulin sensitive diabetic. Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine approached the …

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