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Diabetes Atlas. Uninsured.

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ShareIt’s not exactly holiday reading material but it’s important stuff and it should be read now. The Diabetes Atlas (7th ed.) has just been published. The worldwide rise in juvenile diabetes for children under 14 years of age is shocking. The increase in diabetes Type 2 is also significantly higher than ever. The healthcare costs to economies around the world …

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Without Putting Too Fine A Point On It. Juvenile Diabetes.

World Diabetes Awareness Day

Share This year, World Diabetes Awareness Day, are calling for the need for awareness of the financial costs surrounding diabetes. Diabetic patients have the lifetime expense of medication, monitors, meters and cool bags at the very least. The hidden costs to the family and the community are also very high. From everywhere we hear the diabetes mellitus is a pandemic. …

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Just The Spring Board Needed. Yoga and Juvenile Diabetes.

Yoga and Juvenile Diabetes

ShareIn a yoga magazine, we found out about yoga for diabetics. There are so many Youtube videos on this topic to watch. We found out that there are some special yoga asanas for diabetic patients. I asked a doctor once if a non-diabetic person would be advised to do those particular special yoga asanas and he said there would be …

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Shock-Horror! Juvenile Diabetes.

My Child has Juvenile Diabetes

ShareI had never heard of diabetes in children. Sara had not been feeling well lately so I took her to our family doctor. She was given a diabetes test and the results were positive. The doctor said…“ I am so sorry but your daughter has juvenile diabetes….”  The doctor tried to explain what it meant for her. He talked to …

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Life Will Become Very Very Complicated Indeed. Juvenile Diabetes.

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ShareSome people are born with impaired pancreas and therefore, have insulin deficiency, this is juvenile diabetes. Their bodies do not produce any or enough insulin necessary to transport sugar from the blood into the cells of the body for use as energy. This type 1 diabetes usually strikes before the age of thirty years, but could be diagnosed at any …

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