Diabetes Newsletters

Aug 9, 2018

Seasonal Disasters and Diabetes Management

By |2018-08-10T10:50:17+00:00August 9th, 2018|Diabetes Management, General Information, Newsletters|0 Comments

Whether dealing with a hurricane, tornado, earthquake, ice storm/blizzard, volcano, wild fire or other disastrous event can be stressful for the average person. A natural disaster may affect your shelter, food supply, power supply, or road closures. When you toss diabetes into the mix, it can make it even more complicated.

Any natural disaster can have a […]

Aug 2, 2018

Top 10 Health Numbers that Matter to You

By |2018-08-10T10:27:44+00:00August 2nd, 2018|Diabetes Management, Diet & Nutrition, General Information, Health & Wellness, Newsletters|0 Comments

Various numbers are thrown around when it comes to your health, whether it is at your physician’s office, at the gym or in the department store. Certain numbers have more meaning than others and can really give you some indication of your overall health.

It is important not to obsess about the values but learn what they […]

Jul 3, 2018

Outdoor Grilling, Picnic’s and Summer Fun with Diabetes

By |2018-07-03T08:33:13+00:00July 3rd, 2018|Diabetes Management, Diet & Nutrition, Health & Wellness, Newsletters|0 Comments

Summertime is now in full swing and you should be enjoying the rewarding and exciting experiences of the season. Some of the favorite activities discussed by our diabetes management patients are the outdoor Grilling, BBQ or a lazy afternoon picnic at the park or beach with friends or at a family reunion. Having diabetes or another chronic condition should make you think more about proper planning.

Jun 7, 2018

News in the Diabetes World

By |2018-08-09T16:19:24+00:00June 7th, 2018|Diabetes Management, News & Announcements, Newsletters, Recent Diabetes News|6 Comments

The CDC has released the 2017 diabetes United States statistics report. Diabetes affects 30.3 million people - 23.1 million diagnosed with diabetes and 7.2 million still undiagnosed. There are 84.1 million adults with pre-diabetes which eventually turns to diabetes if not treated with weight loss, change in eating habits and exercise.

May 8, 2018

Testing Your A1c Levels

By |2018-05-08T08:59:49+00:00May 8th, 2018|Health & Wellness, Newsletters|1 Comment

The hemoglobin A1C (glycolated hemoglobin/HbA1C) had been used to track longterm control of blood sugars in people with diagnosed diabetes. To decrease confusion, The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and The American College of Endocrinologists shortened the verbiage to just "A1C"

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