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@YouTube Diagnosis #Diabetes Now Figure It Out?!?

A few weeks ago I asked people to tell me their diagnosis stories. More alarming than anything was the fact that a number of people told me they were told they have diabetes but not what type of diabetes. Let … Continue reading

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The Pizza Lobby Doesn’t Mess Around

I kid you not, the pizza lobby is a real thing. There are 12,000 people who fight for the right for people to eat pizza without caloric intimidation and the stigma of junk food. The fun fact about the pizza … Continue reading

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Ultimate Diet Trick: Eat Within a 12-Hour Window

If you’re trying to lose weight, next time you have the urge to raid the fridge – think again. A study showed that an eating windows between 9-12 hours a day was more effective in controlling cholesterol, diabetes, and obesity … Continue reading

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Allie’s Voice: Sunday, March 8, 2015

  Articles Snorting Relief from Migraines For sufferers of migraine and cluster headaches, this might be the best thing you’ve read. Researchers evaluated the efficacy of nasal tube delivery of lidocaine, a local antiseptic, to relieve headache pain. Patients reported … Continue reading

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The Abusive Relationship with my Doctor

Trustworthiness is the most valuable tool when it comes to a doctor-patient relationship. It’s been nearly six years since I encountered the most abusive relationship I’ve known in my life. Before I delve further into my explanation of this “abusive … Continue reading

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Diabetes Distress vs. Depression

When it comes to the question of mental health, where is the line drawn between normal diabetes distress and meaningful depression? Dr. Lawrence Fisher speaks with me about diabetes distress and how it can affect the family. Dr. Lawrence Fisher … Continue reading

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The Artificial Pancreas Project

The challenges of diabetes make it nearly impossible to perfectly balance glucose and insulin. The Arterial Pancreas Project is the medical marvel that can help improve blood glucose for a well-balanced life with diabetes. We speak with Dr. Aaron Kowalski, … Continue reading

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Diabetes and Driving Study

The study to Identify Risk Factors While Driving with T1D is imperative to driving safely with diabetes. Low blood glucose affects cognition, reaction time, vision, and judgment.  Dr. Daniel Cox is a professor of psychiatry at the University of Virginia Health System … Continue reading

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How the Body Senses Low Blood Sugar

Dr. Sanjoy Dutta, Senior Director of Treatment Research at JDRF, joins us to explain how the body senses low blood sugar. He clarifies why this sense becomes less sharp over time, the ability of the brain to adapt despite low … Continue reading

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