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There is no doubt that regular physical activity is key in the treatment of diabetes. Decades of medical research has shown that physical exercise not only reduces the need for medication, but in some cases may actually reverse type II diabetes. Although, when I was in medical school, the emphasis was on simply regular exercise, [...]
Just 20 minutes a day improved insulin resistance of overweight children September 18, 2012 RSS Feed Print TUESDAY, Sept. 18 (HealthDay News) — Getting plenty of aerobic exercise can help overweight children reduce their risk of diabetes, according to a new study. One-third of U.S. elementary school-aged youngsters are overweight or obese. Childhood obesity is [...]
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Food Network’s cooking celebrity Paula Deen reveals that she has type 2 diabetes. Deen treats her disease with the once-a-day injectable Novo Nordisk drug Victoza.
If you’re sedentary or overweight, you tend to develop type 2 diabetes at an earlier age than you would if you exercised and lost weight. Yesterday I was in my daily boot camp class. The instructors in this class have you running for thirty minutes, then alternate to free weights. At the end of my [...]
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Surgeon General’s Warning: Smoking Causes Lung Cancer, Heart Disease, Emphysema And May Complicate Pregnancy. Even more so for Diabetics! Smoking is not only bad for your general health, it is even more dangerous for diabetics- diabetics already are high-risk for circulatory diseases such as heart disease, eye disease, erectile dysfunction, foot problems, strokes, and kidney [...]