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3 Ways to Effectively Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

By Thea Banjac December 31, 2022

Have you gotten your blood sugar checked recently? If not, you should consider doing so! Your chance of developing diabetes increases with age, and according to the CDC, 48.8% of adults over age 65 meet the criteria for prediabetes…

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10 Foods that Help with Lowering or Maintaining Healthy Blood Sugar Levels for Type 2 Diabetes

By Alisa Sabin July 21, 2022

Diabetes is a medical disorder of maintaining high blood sugar levels over prolonged periods of time. If poorly controlled, diabetes can significantly increase morbidity and mortality. In addition to complications, like ketoacidosis…

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3 Powerful Spices that May Help with Type 2 Diabetes

By Kathleen Perry March 27, 2022

The International Diabetes Federation estimates that 1 in 11 (425 million) adults worldwide have diabetes. They also say that 1 in 2 adults with diabetes are undiagnosed (212 million).
The IDF expects this number to rise to 592 million by 2035…

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Is It Possible to Treat Type 2 Diabetes with Long-Term Effects?

By Kent Sasse April 14, 2021

As the type 2 diabetes epidemic continues to grow, the most emphasized treatment may surprise you. In the latest update to the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, the guidelines put forward by the American Diabetes Association…

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The Hearing Loss and Diabetes Connection: Learn More About Signs and Prevention

By Keith Darrow April 23, 2023

Do you or someone you know have diabetes? Did you know that there is a significant connection between diabetes and hearing loss? Hearing loss happens for many reasons. In past articles, we’ve discussed, ways to protect your hearing…

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Fight Back Against Diabetes After 60 with These Small Lifestyle Changes

By Margaret Manning March 08, 2023

Many people over the age of 60 are living with diabetes. There is actually a worldwide epidemic of diabetes, primarily related to various lifestyle changes including obesity, and an increase in sedentary habits. According to the World Health Organization, total deaths from complications related to diabetes are expected to increase by more than 50 percent worldwide within the next 10 years, and by 80 percent in upper to middle income countries.

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4 Essential Types of Exercise for a Healthy Heart

By Aubrey Reinmiller February 16, 2023

February is the month of love! One of the best ways we can show ourselves and our loved ones love is by taking good care of our body and our heart. 80% of heart disease is preventable according to the American Heart Association…

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Finding Happiness in a Topsy-Turvy World in 2023

By Noelle Nelson December 12, 2022

As we embark on a New Year, it can be challenging, to say the least, to look forward with enthusiasm to the coming 12 months. Just consider the state of the world! Wars, bombs, political upheavals and countries, reeling from nature’s havoc…

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Are You at Risk of Diabetes? These 5 Tests Are Sure to Reveal an Issue

By Nancy Scanlan January 12, 2022

You have probably heard of metabolic syndrome, the precursor to Type 2 diabetes. But do you know how doctors define that? If anyone in your family has suffered from Type 2 diabetes, then you are more likely to be at risk. But there are also three…

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What You Might Not Know About Diabetes Prevention

By Debbie Hensleigh August 11, 2021

Of course, I said YES! when I was asked by the Wellness Director of our local YMCA if I might be interested in training to be a lifestyle coach for a new program they are going to offer. It’s one on Diabetes Prevention. Knowing that I have facilitated…

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