12 Myths About Insulin And Type 2 Diabetes

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Clearview Eye & Laser Center: Individuals With Diabetes At Risk For Eye Disease

Health.com: 13 Drugs That Can Make You Gain Weight People with type 2 dont make insulin This isnt true. People with type 2 diabetes may actually produce higher-than-normal levels of insulin earlier in the course of the disease, a condition known as hyperinsulinemia. This happens because type 2 diabetes is caused by insulin resistance, a condition in which the body loses the ability to respond normally to the hormone. Taking insulin shots can help overcome insulin resistance, and they can take the place of naturally occurring insulin production, which does tend to dwindle over time. Insulin means your diabetes is serious The truth is diabetes is a serious condition no matter how you treat itits just that so few people realize it.
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Sharecare Names Top 10 Social HealthMakers on Diabetes

The high blood sugar causes the eye lens to swell, which can hamper one’s ability to see. To correct this problem, the blood sugar levels must be returned to the target range, which may take as long as three months to control and for vision to return to normal. To rule out any potential vision issues, Dr. Feldman encourages patients with diabetes to take the following precautions to help prevent major vision problems from developing: Consult with an ophthalmologist if you experience changes in your vision. Changes such as blurry vision, or pain or pressure in the eye, may signify more serious issues such as damage to the retina.
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2. Kelly L. Close , diaTribe: Alongtime diabetes advocate and sufferer of the disease for nearly 25years, Close is editor-in-chief of the online diabetes newsletter diatribe andpresident of the diabetes and obesity healthcare information firm CloseConcerns, Inc. 3. Mike Hoskins , Diabetes Mine:Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at age five, Hoskins is managing editor ofDiabetes Mine, a website for diabetes patients, and serves as a patientadvocate in the diabetes community. 4. Amy Tenderich , Diabetes Mine:Founder and editor-in-chief ofleading diabetes site Diabetes Mine, Tenderich sits on the Journal of Participatory Medicineeditorial board and is co-author of KnowYour Numbers, Outlive Your Diabetes. 5. Kerri Sparling , Six Until Me:Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 1986, Sparling started Six Until Me tochronicle and share her experience of living with diabetes.
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Tangible action to prevent diabetes

Patrice will be joining us to raise awareness among Diabetes Prevention Day attendees. List of financial centres hosting Diabetes Prevention Day activities on November 7 Anjou : 7101 Jean-Talon Street East, suite 812 Baie-Comeau : 859 Bosse Street, suite 208 Chicoutimi : 225 Racine Street East, suite 200 Cote-Nord: 456 Arnaud Street, suite 210, Sept-Iles Gatineau : 15 Gamelin Street, suite 601 Grand-Portage: 298 Armand-Theriault Blvd., suite 3c, Riviere-du-Loup Laurentides: 500 Galeries des Laurentides, suite 260, St-Jerome Quebec City : 5500 des Galeries Blvd., suite 400 Pointe-Claire : 1 Holiday Ave., suite 255 (east tower) Rimouski : 97 St. Germain Street East Rouyn-Noranda : 1 du Terminus Street East Shawinigan : 695 de la Station Ave., suite 400 Ste-Julie : 2123 Armand-Frappier Street, suite 201 Trois-Rivieres: 1055 des Forges Blvd., suite 440 ________________________________ 12013 Sun Life-Buffett National Wellness Survey A partnership that bleeds red, white and blue Throughout the month of November, Sun Life Financial will donate $1,000 to the Diabetic Children’s Foundation every time the Montreal Canadiens score a goal during their home games (up to $25,000 ). The campaign starts tonight at the Centre Bell and will run for the Canadiens 7 home tilts.
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