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How Nerve Damage Leads To Diabetic Foot Amputation

09th January 2009
James found himself sitting in the podiatry office, having just been diagnosed with diabetes. The foot doctor asked him if he had ever known anyone to have an amputation. James responded, "Yes, I had an uncle that actually lost his lead to diabetes. But I... Read >
Author: Dr. Christopher Segler

Cheap Ways to Lower Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

08th December 2008
It doesn't take a rocket scientist to help you lower blood sugar levels naturally and we'll show you how in this complete guide to lowering glucose levels.I'm sure you are fully aware that newly diagnosed type II diabetics is on the rise in America. Consi... Read >
Author: coachbob

What to Do After a Dog Bite/Animal Attack - The Right Actions to Take

08th December 2008
Dogs bite many people each year. Some dogs are the pets of those who are bitten, while others may be strays. If a dog bites you, then there are a number of things to do, as well as things to avoid. To start, never try to pull away from the dog, as this of... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Stress Really Affects Your Health

27th November 2008
Stress is something that everybody endures on a fairly regular basis, but when it starts to impact negatively on your body and mind, it means you are not only stressed you are distressed.Alot of people don't realise that stress is not only something we co... Read >
Author: Author Unknown

The Top Fifteen Reasons People Lose Weight

21st November 2008
Everyone has their own reasons or reasons for wanting to lose weight. These reasons vary greatly. Much of what supports the reasons people lose weight is an emotional trigger. Something that will strike at their core and force them to take action. If you ... Read >
Author: pharris1

Metformin - What every diabetic should know

17th October 2008
One of the drugs commonly used in the medical treatment of Diabetes is Metformin. I am writing this article as I wanted to help diabetics better understand this medicine.Metformin can be used alone or in combination with other medicines to treat Type 2 Di... Read >
Author: Dr. Sherry Sakariah Chandy

Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others?

09th September 2008
Why Are Some People More Successful Than Others? What is it that makes certain people successful while others are not? Only 5% of all people are really successful. What do they do that that differs from the rest? In this article you will discover the s... Read >
Author: personalcoaching

Facts about the NutriSystem Diet Plan - Glycemic Index to Control Blood Sugar Levels

16th August 2008
NutriSystem is a nationwide diet plan that has had much exposure. The plan was originally catered to woman but more recently it offers men some great options as well. The company has also made some new plans for people who suffer from diabetes and need sp... Read >
Author: bryan

5 Weight Loss Diet Plans for Diabetics

22nd July 2008
Diabetic weight loss options may have become a top priority for you to research, especially if you have just received news from your doctor that you have diabetes and you should lose weight. Trying to find a good weight loss program is hard enough. It ... Read >
Author: Anne Dixon

Some facts about diabetes insipidus

18th April 2007
When the kidneys are unable to conserve water as they perform their function of filtering blood, there can appear an uncommon condition called diabetes insipidus. ADH, also called vasopressin is the hormone that controls the amount of water conserved. Th... Read >
Author: groshan fabiola

March is Diabetes Awareness Month. The Facts About Diabetes

30th January 2007
Dr. Yesnick will be providing FREE Diabetes eye consultations during the month of March to increase awareness in Las Vegas! Call (702) 966 2020 or visit DiabetesEyeDoctor.com The Facts About Diabetes: March is Diabetes Awareness Month to Educate the... Read >
Author: Thomas Berten

Alcohol: Why Cleansing The Body With Isagenix Is Important

22nd June 2006
Copyright 2006 Stacey ZimmermanHow many times have you gone out to dinner and drank a little too much? Unfortunately, this happens to the best of us. Many of us may only have this happen a couple of times a year, however, many individuals may do this once... Read >
Author: Stacey Zimmerman

How To End Depression Stigma

26th May 2006
Copyright 2006 Christopher Green For many sufferers, depression brings on feelings of guilt and shame and because of these feelings, they will not seek help. But are these feelings valid? Lack of understanding both in sufferers and non-sufferers cl... Read >
Author: Chris Green

The Most Common Toenail Problems

16th May 2006
WHAT ARE INGROWN NAILS? An ingrown nail is the result of a nail growing into the skin that surrounds it. This often occurs at either edge of the big toe. Ingrown nails may be caused by improper trimming, inherited nail deformities, injuries, fungal infec... Read >
Author: Dr. Jeffrey Hurless

Finger Nail Fungus

27th April 2006
Toe nail fungus and finger nail fungus is a condition in which fungi get under the nail of the toe or finger and cause an infection in the area. The infection can be of the nail itself or for the underlying skin in the area known as the nail bed. The cond... Read >
Author: Paul Schmitt
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