People who have diabetes and those who have sleep apnea have several things in common. There’s no cure for either condition, but both can be controlled.
It’s not just a theory that it’s better to be optimistic than pessimistic. Researchers have studied it for more than 40 years among almost 7,000 men and women and have found it to be true.
If you think that the world is conspiring against you when you try to lose weight, you’re right.
It’s not only the food industry that is producing more low-cost food than we can eat. It’s not only our restaurants, which are serving bigger portions than ever.
People with diabetes have been among the quickest to embrace the Internet. Their doctors have probably been the slowest.
This will change as soon as physicians catch on to the impact of a long-term study. This study compares the A1C levels of people with type 2 diabetes in an Internet-based glucose monitoring system with those in a control group.
As winter sets in and as the season of gluttony arrives, three studies in November issues of scientific journals appropriately focus on the benefits of exercise. It’s none too soon for me since I haven’t hit the trail for two weeks.
Now that you are reading a blog about diabetes, you might consider listening to another recent innovation that has several things in common with blogs. I mean podcasts.