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Turmeric Extract Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes?

Turmeric Extract Can Prevent Type 2 Diabetes, Study Says

The Journal of the ADA, i.e., American Diabetes Association, the journal Diabetes Care published a remarkable study. This human clinical study came to the discovery that the turmeric extract is 100 percent successful when it comes to preventing prediabetic patients from becoming diabetes patients. The Thailand researchers did this study. And the main goal of […]

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7 Ways to Soothe Itchy and Dry Skin

7 Ways to Soothe Itchy and Dry Skin

Diabetes often comes with itchy skin and some skin problems. That is why it is important to take good care of our skin. If we have this chronic condition we have pretty good chances to also have itchy and dry skin. Fortunately, there are multiple ways we can take care of our skin. Plus, we […]

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What is a Diabetic Shock and How to Deal With It

What is a Diabetic Shock and How to Deal With It

There are different complications which might be linked to diabetes. There are causes and situations which might bring the blood glucose levels to dangerously low levels. Such situation of really low blood sugar levels is known by the name hypoglycemia. Or also a diabetic shock. To understand how to deal with such situation where someone […]

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What Is Diabetic Neuropathy and How to Treat It

What Is Diabetic Neuropathy and How to Treat It

Diabetic neuropathy is damage to the nerves which happens as a result of diabetes. It is thought that diabetes damages the nerves due to the prolonged increased blood sugar levels. Therefore, the nerves can tingle, ache or go numb. People should know that there are different kinds of diabetic neuropathy such as proximal neuropathy, peripheral […]

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How Is Diabetes Related to Tendon Pain?

How Is Diabetes Related to Tendon Pain?

When a person with diabetes feels pain whenever they move, it may be a sign of issues with the tendons. But, what are tendons? They are actually cord-like bands which connect the muscles to the bones. The high blood glucose levels which go together with the condition have a role when it comes to stirring […]

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