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Monday, May 1, 2017

Guidance for persons living with diabetes - Trinidad & Tobago Express


Trinidad & Tobago Express

Guidance for persons living with diabetes
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Diabetic peripheral neuropathy - this condition does not emerge overnight. Instead, it usually develops slowly, and worsens over time. Some patients have this condition long before they are diagnosed with diabetes. Having diabetes for several years may ...

WellDoc, Samsung to partner diabetes tracking technology - Healio


WellDoc, Samsung to partner diabetes tracking technology
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The partnership aims to integrate WellDoc's consumer diabetes health app BlueStar C with Samsung Health and the company's fitness tracking watches and gear. BlueStar C offers individuals with diabetes an app to track their disease management, including ...

Local family raising money for type one diabetes - WMBFNews.com ... - WMBF


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Local family raising money for type one diabetes - WMBFNews.com ...
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Horry County (WMBF) - The Eck family is doing what they can to help raise awareness for type one diabetes. The family has been raising money for the Juvenile ...
'One Walk' held to support Juvenile Diabetes Research FoundationKSFY
'Help Me Howard' team on hand for juvenile diabetes walk - WSVN-TV7News - WSVN-TV

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UMD loses student athlete to diabetes-related complications - SouthCoastToday.com


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UMD loses student athlete to diabetes-related complications
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UMASS DARTMOUTH — A UMass Dartmouth male student and lacrosse player died Saturday due to complications related to Type 1 Diabetes, according to a news release. Sean Peters was a Crime and Justice major and four-year member of the men's ...

Frozen pot pies? Or insulin just not working?

So I'm pretty confused right now. My sugars have been fine, last night before bed they were fine and today before I ate they were fine. I had one of those big frozen pot pies because that's the kind of lazy day it is and I checked the nutrition facts etc, 39 carbs per serving, 2 servings per pie. 2 hours later though, my sugar is like 230, so I take a correction dose, an hour later still exactly the same. I just tried again with a new pen and am anxiously waiting for enough time to pass to test again. I was only diagnosed in February, so it's too soon for my honeymoon to be ending right? What else would cause such a sudden change in insulin needs? Or was the insulin somehow ruined overnight? Any ideas?


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