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NEJM Apr 19
As a medical student with type 1 , Kaitlyn Rogers, BS, has to develop workarounds for her surgical rotation, choose her specialty carefully…and decide whether, when, and how to disclose her condition to her educators and to patients.
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Harvard Health Apr 21
To help you understand how the foods you are eating might impact your blood glucose level, here is an abbreviated chart of the glycemic index for more than 60 common foods.
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Eric Topol Apr 24
A patient (w/o ) of mine, without my suggestion, got a glucose sensor and figured out how specific foods affect her glucose spikes (shared w/ her consent). She read up on it:
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Christine Fallabel Apr 19
THIS is why I have trust issues
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Scott Hanselman 10m
I love you all but tea, yoga, stretching, hot yoga, and herbs and spices won’t keep me alive. They’ll help, but without insulin I’m dead in a few weeks. Type 1 isn’t Type 2
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Consumer Healthcare Institute Apr 16
RT CHCTrainingAcad "RT Pharmacy_Times: "As technology advances, opportunities to integrate tech and medicine continue to arise and can prove beneficial to patients and to caregivers." Text Messages May Improve Adherence in "
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Alan Watson Apr 17
You don't wake up one day & have type 2 . High sugar/grain diet (excess carbs) > elevated blood sugar > chronic high insulin > vascular damage PRECEDES diagnosis by years. Why are 80 million people & their doctors remaining ignorant of the "Gathering Storm"?
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CDC Diabetes Apr 20
Healthy changes become habits when everyone does them together. Here are small lifestyle changes that can add up to reduced type 2 risk for you and your kids:
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Ajay Reddy, MD 4h
Approximately 30 million Americans have diabetes with 1.5 million being diagnosed each year.
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HL7IndiaTSC 3m
RT HL7: RT daborbolla: teams are presenting their apps. First group built a management app to track patients glucemia levels and medications uudbmi practicum
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Paul Kasenene Apr 20
Cinnamon is one of the healthiest spices. It protects against inflammation and oxidative stress. It is therefore good for the heart, prevents mental decline, fights infections but best of all it very useful for blood sugar control and people with .
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JAMA Apr 22
remains a good first-line pharmacologic treatment for in most patients
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Jess Hernandez Apr 17
Say hello to Edward, my new continuous glucose monitor. He’s got WiFi and sends blood sugar alerts to my phone. I thought it fitting to name him after a controlling, clingy vampire.
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Scott Hanselman 15h
Fascinating read by about Software Defined Radios and reverse engineering insulin pumps for our DIY Open Source Artificial Pancreases (good read for technical and non-technical folks)
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HEALTH RI TOUCH 5h
Dr. Obasi and at UH speaking about the rising prices of insulin.
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Scott Hanselman 12h
Open Source Artificial Pancreases will become the new standard of care for Diabetes in 2019
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The Keto Foodie Apr 23
At this very moment, Diabetes is literally killing my father. His liver is so damaged. Ammonia in his body keeps shooting up to extreme levels. It is heartbreaking. Mi gente, save yourselves. Take action.
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World Diabetes Day Apr 18
is a life-saving medicine for people with first used on January 11, 1922. Today, many still struggle to access it. Join us in requesting multistakeholder action to ensure by , as we countdown to the centenary:
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Leanne Lochhead 2h
A million carbs in Easter eggs 😬🐣
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Soraya Nicole Gallagher 17m
Replying to @DigiBeteUK
Gutted that Maddy, Co-Founder of couldn’t be there but she sent over a fab presentation of the massively impactful work they do to inform families of children with Type 1 how to self-manage their condition using a video platform that’s clinically evidenced.
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