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Our More on Diabetes articles will provide helpful diabetes and health information on topics including diabetes management, exercise, diabetic recipes, diabetes complications, diet and nutrition, pet diabetes and more. Articles are written or reviewed by healthcare professionals who have experience in diabetes and health education.

Sep 24, 2020

Cutting Edge Diabetes Technology

By |2020-09-24T10:13:12-04:00Updated: September 24th, 2020|Diabetes Management, General Information|0 Comments

At ADW Diabetes, we like to offer you cutting edge information to keep you on track with new diabetes technology, studies and medications. FDA approvals can happen overnight. Multiple major diabetes meetings and conferences take place at this time of the year. New technology and protocols in the world of diabetes can ultimately help you.

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Aug 27, 2020

Mental Health, COVID-19 and Diabetes

By |2020-08-27T10:54:07-04:00Updated: August 27th, 2020|Diabetes Management, General Information, Health & Wellness|0 Comments

As early as the 17th century, medical professionals have, “hypothesized a link between diabetes and a low mood.” Current research has shown a relevant relationship between diabetes and mental health issues. Your mental health can deteriorate even more rapidly during times of intense and long-lasting stress. Enter the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020. Before the virus, “up […]

Jan 27, 2020

Diabetes Burnout: Is It Real?

By |2020-01-27T11:08:26-05:00Updated: January 27th, 2020|Diabetes Management, General Information|0 Comments

Living with diabetes is a lifelong commitment and can easily lead to “diabetes burnout”. It is more common in type 1 diabetes since the diagnosis often presents at an earlier age. Taking daily insulin shots makes the diabetes challenge even more difficult. A new, small study confirms this already known and frequently discussed condition. “Diabetes Burnout” […]

Aug 1, 2019

Kidney Disease, Dialysis, and Diabetes

By |2019-08-01T10:40:43-04:00Updated: August 1st, 2019|Diabetes Management, Health & Wellness|0 Comments

Diabetes remains the leading cause of kidney failure in nearly half of the new cases diagnosed in the United States. Cardiovascular disease is always on the radar screen when you have diabetes, but discussion of kidney disease has limitation. According to the findings in The Journal of Diabetes, “Among adults with type 1 diabetes, those with […]

Jul 31, 2019

3 Holistic Ways to Deal with Diabetes

By |2019-07-31T10:18:50-04:00Updated: July 31st, 2019|Diabetes Management, Health & Wellness, Natural Remedies|1 Comment

Holistic ways to deal with diabetes refer to an overall approach to better control diabetes and its potential complications. While natural remedies and alternative medicine are not a substitute for traditional medications, they may complement your current diabetes self-management routine. Discover 3 holistic ways to deal with diabetes for better health.

Traditional Medication and Lifestyle Changes

The traditional […]

Jul 30, 2019

Diabulimia: A Type 1 Diabetes Eating Disorder

By |2019-08-01T09:03:38-04:00Updated: July 30th, 2019|Diabetes Management, General Information, Health & Wellness, Type 1|0 Comments

Diabulimia is an eating disorder that continues to grow among adolescents, teens and young adults, who have type 1 diabetes. Diabulimia is when type 1 patients deliberately restrict their insulin to lose weight; the reduction or omission of insulin eventually causes out of control blood sugars and multiple diabetes complications. Renaming happened in 2008 to several […]

Jul 18, 2019

Type 2 Diabetes: Current Trends in Life Stages

By |2019-07-22T14:12:07-04:00Updated: July 18th, 2019|Diabetes Management, Fitness & Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes|0 Comments

It seems the efforts to stop our nation’s type 2 diabetes epidemic may be working. After a 20-year increase in prevalence and incidence of diagnosed diabetes in the US, the number of those living with type 2 diabetes has stabilized. Even though, the incidence has decreased only in the Caucasian population. This equates to a, “35% […]

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