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Medicine Mistakes Diabetics Cannot Afford

Share Medicine mistakes and errors now account for thousands of hospital admissions a month. Are you taking your medicine correctly? Most of us now take at least one prescription drug, as well as over-the-counter remedies. 1. Taking Medicine Last Thing at Night Cough mixtures and children’s paracetamol are laden with sugar, which can be tricky to remove from the bumps …

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Hay Fever DIY! Help Without Pills

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Share Hay fever and antihistamines do not affect diabetes and blood sugar, however, if you are sleepy you might not be self-aware of high or low blood sugar symptoms. Be ready for whatever the hay fever season throws at you. Including thunderfever. Count yourself as one of the lucky ones who never suffers with hay fever? You could be in …

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Energy Boosters for Diabetics DIY Easy

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Share Energy boosters are perfect if you are fed up with feeling tired. Try these easy DIY pick-me-ups to restore your get-up-and-go. 1. Get moving Exercise is probably the last thing you feel like doing when you’re tired, but exercise is one of the body’s best energisers, thanks to the feel-good chemicals triggered when you get moving. Energy boosters: Get …

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Pneumonia and Diabetes – It’ll Work Out


Share Pneumonia is the lung infection that can kill, so it should always be taken seriously. Pneumonia means inflammation of our lung cells (alveoli). Their walls become swollen with fluid that makes it harder for oxygen and carbon dioxide to exchange in the bloodstream. Around 1% of us get community acquired pneumonia (CAP) each year — 100,000 people are admitted …

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and the Truth About It

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Share Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an auto-immune disorder that affects 400,000 people in the UK alone, especially women and can start at any age. In RA, the body attacks its own tissues, producing inflammation. It often begins in mid-life and may be linked to genetic factors as well as environmental factors; for example, smoking, intake of alcohol, red meat and …

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