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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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Aging and Diabetes

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The risk of developing diabetes- type 2 typically increases with aging. Certain factors are involved including family history, unhealthy lifestyle habits-weight, lack of exercise and significant stress.

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10 Ways to Live Well with Diabetes

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People with diabetes can live active, satisfying lives every day. Knowing how to manage diabetes and adopt positive lifestyle habits makes a big difference.

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The Lowdown on Alternative Therapy with Diabetes

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Everyone is buzzing about using alternative therapies with diabetes but do any of them really work? While there is no substitute for visits to the doctor and formal medical treatment, certain alternative therapies may be helpful. Discover more about alternative therapies and remember to consult with your physician before making any changes in your diabetes self-management plan.

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Dr . Joi Sutton

Accommodating Pets Who Potty Frequently

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It's Saturday morning as I write this. My cats are in "cat jail", the bank of cages that I keep in my family room should I need to bring home a patient from my general practice. They aren't pleased, but I have contractors here replacing some windows. I've got them kenneled until the fellas finish the slider in my bedroom at which point I can lock them in my bedroom and master bathroom (where their litter box resides) while the workers finish the other windows. It got me thinking about how we humans alter our schedules to accommodate our pets' potty needs. This can be particularly challenging when a pet needs to potty more frequently than the average pet. Yes, I'm talking about diabetics.

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