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28 September, 2020 By Michelle McAdmin
Coronavirus and Diabetes

Long before anyone had heard of coronavirus, individuals living with diabetes faced a host of potential and serious health problems if they failed to keep a good handle on their condition. Diabetes leaves the body vulnerable to a wide range of ailments, such as cardiovascular disease, nerve damage, hypertension, kidney disease, and skin problems. Now, […]

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24 September, 2020 By Michelle McAdmin
5 Ways To Eat Less Sugar

If you eat too much sugar, bad things happen. It’s just that simple. Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, liver disease, and a host of other medical issues can all arise if you consume large quantities of sugar regularly. But many of us put excess sugars in our bodies without even knowing it. The problem isn’t […]

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21 September, 2020 By Michelle McAdmin
What Is Diabetes?

If you have diabetes, you are far from alone. Over 34 million Americans live with the condition, according to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That’s twice as many people diagnosed with diabetes than there were just 20 years ago and only a fraction of the 422 million people around the globe living […]

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