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Diabetic Foot Care.

Diabetic foot care is part of a range of diseases from having diabetes. Diabetes can represent several diseases in which high blood glucose levels over time can damage the nerves, kidneys, eyes, and blood vessels. Diabetes can also decrease the body’s ability to fight infection. When diabetes is not well controlled, damage to the organs…...

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World Hypertension Day:

On this world hypertension day, we look at the elation between diabetes and high blood pressure. They occur together so frequently that they are officially considered to be “comorbidities” (diseases likely to be present in the same patient). If either is not managed well it can make the other more difficult to treat, and high…...

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Sitting is the new smoking
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Diabetics Should not Smoke

If you have Diabetes and smoke or are already a smoker who refuses to give up, you have just invited big trouble for yourself. This is not a warning it is a hard fact! Statistics from studies across the world have shown that people with Diabetes who smoke have30-40 per cent higher chance of failure…...

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WORLD KIDNEY DAY

As always, we try as much as possible to inform our audience about upcoming events. Every 2nd Thursday of March every year, we celebrate World Kidney Day. This year, this day coincides with the World Women’s Day, and that is why the topic of this year is Kidneys and Women’s Health. Kidneys are essential because…...

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Glaucoma & Diabetes.

People with diabetes are twice as likely to develop glaucoma as non-diabetics. Since eye complications are common, it is advisable to get your eyes checked on a regular basis. Diabetic retinopathy, which is a complication of diabetes and the most common form of diabetic eye disease, can increase your risk of glaucoma. Diabetic retinopathy usually affects…...

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Lipohypertrophy

-The repeated and prolonged injection of insulin into one particular site can cause lipohypertrophy. -This reaction is characterized by the appearance of large, elevated, spongy masses of fatty fibrous tissue (lumps) at the injection site. -Easily accessible sites, such as the thighs, are most commonly affected. -Injections into the fatty masses are relatively painless, which…...

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Diabetes cannot control you
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Diabetes as a Secret

Is it worthwhile to Hide your Diabetes Condition from Friends, workmates, or Family? As a secret? It is sometimes surprising (and reassuring) to realize that, given the fact that about 1 in every 12 people in our society has diabetes, we encounter people with diabetes virtually every day in our daily lives and are quite…...

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Diabetes Regrets -
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WHY GENDER MATTERS IN DIABETES

WHY GENDER MATTERS IN DIABETES While diabetes affects both gender, women have a higher prevalence and challenge in managing the disease. It has been found that women experience depression twice as men hence higher prevalence and difficulty in management. For young women, diabetes can be a burden because of hormonal fluctuations. Hormone fluctuations that occur…...

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