Diabetes Complications

Jul 18, 2016

Diabetes Wound Care and Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

By |2017-10-23T16:13:24-04:00Updated: July 18th, 2016|Complications, Diabetes Management, General Information, Natural Remedies|0 Comments

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy was originally used as a scuba diver treatment relating to decompression sickness but now is used to treat multiple conditions including diabetic wounds. It can also be used to treat burns and flesh eating wounds caused by bacteria. It is often promoted as an effective treatment for diabetic foot wounds and other potentially […]

Jun 20, 2016

The Connection – Diabetes and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

By |2017-11-27T14:51:38-05:00Updated: June 20th, 2016|Complications, Diabetes Management, Health & Wellness|2 Comments

About 10 percent of women in America have polycystic ovarian syndrome commonly referred to as PCOS. Of the more than 5 million women with PCOS, more than half of them will have pre-diabetes or diabetes by the time they reach the age of 40. Learn more about the connection between PCOS and diabetes.

What is Polycystic Ovarian […]

May 11, 2016

Psoriasis & Diabetes – The Most Current Information

By |2016-06-16T15:33:22-04:00Updated: May 11th, 2016|Complications, Health & Wellness, Newsletters|0 Comments

A recent study found in the journal of JAMA Dermatology identified a link between psoriasis, a chronic skin disease to diabetes type 2 and obesity. People with diabetes type 2 had a 50% increased risk of developing psoriasis compared to those without diabetes according to researchers in Denmark. In that study, it was noted that the […]

Apr 27, 2016

The Connection – Diabetes and Hearing Loss

By |2019-04-18T14:04:10-04:00Updated: April 27th, 2016|Complications, Health & Wellness, Newsletters|0 Comments

May is National Better Hearing Month so I thought it was a good time to share information about diabetes and hearing loss. According to a study published in The Annals of Internal Medicine, “34.5 million people in America have some kind of hearing loss”. Although controversial, according to the ADA (American Diabetes Association), “hearing loss is […]

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