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Importance of Coding Diabetes Mellitus

19th August 2010
Diabetes coding guidelines: One of the most common diseases seen in Medicare beneficiaries is diabetes mellitus. It is a disease in which the body fails to properly produce or use insulin. It can also be one of the toughest conditions to code properly un... Read >
Author: James Smith

Should You be Concerned about Fish Oil Pills Side Effects?

22nd March 2010
Let's face it. Some people have avoided taking an omega 3 fatty acid supplement, because they are concerned about the possibility of fish oil pills side effects. The truth is that there are virtually no negative side effects at all to worry about when con... Read >
Author: Laurel Cohen

Can Obesity Lead to Diabetes Mellitus?

25th February 2010
Contemporary research have exposed constantly that there's a direct connection between heavy / obesity and the diagnosis of type Two diabetes mellitus, or non insulin dependent diabetes. Otherwise given the name being an adult onset diabetes, type II DM c... Read >
Author: Sandy Diaz

Diabetic menu Dogs And Diabetes Posted By: Tristan Andrews

04th December 2009
It may surprise you to learn, but dogs can develop diabetes just as people can. Diabetes is a life-threatening illness so you will need to closely monitor your dog's blood sugar and provide him with the correct medication. You will also need to carefu... Read >
Author: benafronmeniz

Bioslim - A Natural Weight Loss Supplements

25th November 2009
Bioslim has been used by many people suffering from overweight in one or the other way. Since the product is all natural, it has been considered as effective natural weight loss program. The product can also come under a 'daily health supplement' that ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Magnesium Stops Hair Loss Fact or Fiction?

14th October 2009
The idea that magnesium stops hair loss is one that has been around for a while and seems to be regaining some of its lost momentum in recent years. The theory goes that a deficiency in the minerals magnesium, zinc, or calcium impacts the hairs ability to... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Hypoglycemia - The Condition and Ways to Fight Hypoglycemia

23rd June 2009
Hypoglycemia is a condition in which pancreas create excess amount of insulin in response to high and repeated intake of sugar. Excess insulin lowers blood sugar levels drastically causing problems like nausea, blurred vision, headaches, fatigue and irrit... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

What is Hypoglycemia - Its Definition and Treatment

23rd June 2009
The condition of Hypoglycemia occurs when pancreas produce too much insulin in response to high sugar intake. High levels of insulin lower blood sugar drastically and result in symptoms like fatigue, depression, blurred vision, headaches and nausea. Two k... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Superfood - Apples And Avocados

25th February 2009
Apples are a powerful source of antioxidants, including polyphenols, flavonoids, and vitamin C, as well as good source of fibre, and potassium. Lucky for us, there are only 47 calories in an average sized apple. The secret behind the super antioxidant cap... Read >
Author: Jill Sabato

Kangaroo Meat - The 40,000 Year Old Health Secret Revealed

04th January 2009
For over 40,000 years, Kangaroo meat has been the main protein source for many aboriginal people. Early records show that when Europeans arrived the local population was outstandingly healthy demonstrated great endurance and were very lean. Most of th... Read >
Author: GarryHeiner

Why Diabetics Struggle with Weight Control

17th December 2008
Why Diabetics Struggle With Weight Control How to Lose Stubborn Weight Without Going on a Diet The most common complaint from diabetics is that they cannot control or lose weight. It seems that no matter what they do, their weight stays the same. 9... Read >
Author: tomenelson
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