Week three of the PLOS Medicine Special Issue on Preventing Diabetes brings a trio of research papers that focus on diet in large population, as well as a study looking at how diabetes develops in obese adults, and a Perspective on improving screening and prevention for people at high risk of developing diabetes. Yep, the ball will be dropping soon, so here’s our “countdown” of a dozen or so December D-Blogs that caught our eye (in no particular order). It’s important to remember you’re not alone! For some, they don’t care, others care passionately. I love being an Elizabethtown communications student because I am learning all kinds of useful information about the world of the media and gaining a set of applicable skills that will be useful when I want to find a job. We can’t do loving because we are the love itself. A “CLOSED” FB group – Feel free to request to be added to the group.
It can be challenging for a patient who wants information and inspiration to know which books are worthwhile, especially because each individual reader is unique in terms of personality, lifestyle, food preferences, activity preferences, medical conditions, and other factors. Everyone deserves to be educated about diabetes no matter what type they are because either way it can lead us down a terrible path or a positive one. And what is the domain name of this blog. I find that if I’m going to consume this within a reasonably fast amount time (as opposed to snacking over a period of 30 minutes) then I count carbs and using my 1:15 scale, I give just that amount of insulin. This can be anything from a #DBlogWeek post you loved, a fantastic new-to-you blog you found, a picture someone included in a post that spoke to you, or comment left on your blog that made you smile. The findings from this study clearly indicate the need for public health campaigns focused on the benefits of home cooking, and further warn against the dangers of consuming fast food on a regular basis. And since Diabetes Blog Week is for the community, putting out a call for topics seemed like a great way to get the community even more involved in DblogWeek.
Aiming to prevent the consequences of premature birth: World Prematurity Day took place in November and Mary Giammarino from the March of Dimes Foundation, an organization working to improve the health of mothers and babies, told us more about what is being done to help prevent the costs of premature birth. Advances in diabetes, endocrine and metabolic diseases must continue in many frontiers so that the burden of diseases can be decreased both for individual patients and for society as a whole. Within hours, they’ve spoken to their friends, and their question which is an answer is loud and clear – if you want to continue in India, then are you ready to make drastic lifestyle changes? I had a contingency pack after one day with an insulin pump! Moreover, they also provide a vast number of interesting and evergreen diabetes health resources aimed to inform diabetics and their loved ones on proper diabetes management, prevention and awareness. Over the years, I have met so many women through DiabetesSisters, all at different stages in their diabetes care. This is a problem unique to PWD who follow other PWD on Share, but it’s making me feel daft and changing the sound would be an upgrade.
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