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Dementia and Diabetes

Reduce Dementia Risk When You Have Diabetes

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Recent studies revealed people with diabetes could be at a higher risk of developing dementia. Certain lifestyle changes can reduce your risk of getting dementia. Find out how to lead a healthier life each day to help ward off this disease.

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What's the Normal Blood Glucose Range for Pets?

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This week one of our readers asked me what the normal blood glucose range is for dogs and cats. One of her vets told her it was up to 170 mg/dl for cats. I agree! It can be that high if taken in a clinic environment where a cat may feels stress. Evaluations in a pet's blood glucose do reflect the environment and stress level of the pet.

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Bad Habits and Diabetes

Harmful Habits If You Have Diabetes

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Developing harmful habits when you have diabetes can worsen your condition and lead to other health issues. Learn which habits to drop and which to develop in order to achieve optimum well-being. With a bit of thought and effort you can keep the symptoms of diabetes and related complications controlled.

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Pompano Beach FL, October 22, 2014 – ADW Diabetes announces on Wednesday that they have built a new diabetes educational email series for their newsletter subscribers. “Tune Into Diabetes” will be distributed for free on a monthly basis to all ADW Diabetes newsletter subscribers.

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Vascular Issues and Diabetes

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Several vascular issues have been linked to diabetes. Too much glucose in your bloodstream can lead to vascular disease and complications. Learn more about diabetic vascular disease and what you can do to help prevent serious problems.

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