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People with type 2 diabetes often find visits with their physicians frustrating. Dr. Jeffrey Mechanick, MD, FACE, FACP, Secretary of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE), observes, “Many times when patients come to the doctor, the first thing that they say is really what’s on their mind–that’s their top priority. But oftentimes physicians don’t address that at all. Instead, they move on to what’s on their own agenda.”
I think it’s time to add another diabetes myth for consideration by those of you using Continuous Glucose Monitoring, or who might be thinking about starting.
Washington, July 31: A new study led by an Indian-origin scientist has revealed that South Asians are more likely to add dangerous organ-hugging fat that can lead to diabetes and coronary artery disease.
ISLAMABAD: A review of studies has found that reducing the amount of salt in diabetics’ daily diet is key to warding off serious threats to their health.
Richmond – Three out of every five clients who have diabetes along with blood pressure seem to consider blood pressure as a ‘minor’ issue and diabetes to be the major issue.
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I haven’t ever been the kind of person to party, drink to excess, or stay out at the clubs all night. Maybe it’s something in my personality or the way I was raised, but I never really had the interest. I never had that crazy party phase. I don’t really want to, although I do enjoy a good night out with friends.
Like last night, I went out with some girl friends to watch a local band (one of the girl’s husbands is in the band). We met at a Mexican food place then walked over to the bar. The girl I’m friends with is diabetic too, which is a nice thing when you’re drinking and dancing and you know someone else there gets this disease.
Yesterday, I discussed how I’d like diabetes healthcare providers and the healthcare industry to better use existing tests and technologies, and how I believe our current crop of devices and programs might be developed in the near-term future. Today I’m going to discuss items that will take a bit longer to develop and get through FDA approval, or which may take technological and medical breakthroughs to bring to fruition.
Photo from left to right: Peter Boufford , Megan Manno , Cassandra Pagnotta and Eve Van de Wal, Excellus BCBS.