Tag: diagnosed with diabetes

9. Hydration and Healthy Beverages

Meeting Your Water Needs
You’ve no doubt heard that everyone should drink eight glasses of water a day, but that’s mostly a myth. What is true is that there’s far more to hydration than counting glasses of water: In addition to water, other beverages, and even foods, can help you meet

Diagnosis: Prediabetes

The word “pre” may sound innocuous, but a prediabetes diagnosis is one to be taken very seriously. According to cardiologist Karol Watson, MD, UCLA Medical Center, the leading cause of death for people with diabetes is heart disease.

“The damage doesn’t just start once diabetes is diagnosed,” explains Dr. Watson. “The

Have You Taken a Diabetes Test?

Have You Taken a Diabetes Test?

Maybe you’re a few pounds overweight. You’re not as active as you used to be, or maybe you were never physically active to begin with. Your blood pressure might be a little high, and your cholesterol might be making a steady climb into undesirable territory. But what about your blood

Diagnosis and Management of Diabetes Can Reduce Toll on Brain

An estimated 25.8 million Americans have type 1 or type 2 diabetes mellitus, (diabetes), and 7 million of them remain undiagnosed, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

These statistics are alarming not only because of the serious threats to physical health associated with diabetes—including heart disease, stroke,

Diabetes: A Serious Problem for the Brain

A mountain of evidence amassed by scientific researchers attests to the damaging effects of diabetes on the brain. But the precursors of diabetes—insulin resistance and prediabetes— also take a toll. If not carefully controlled, diabetes and its precursors can increase risk for health problems such as stroke, heart attack, and

Newsbriefs: Diabetes; Spice; Inflammation

Diabetes With Advanced Complications Can Lead to Dementia
People with diabetes who suffer from advanced diabetic complications, such as blindness, kidney failure, and decreased blood flow in limbs (that can lead to amputation), are at greater risk of dementia as they age, according to a new, 12-year study published in the

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