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Unexpectedly High Glucose Levels – Causes and Prevention

Unexpectedly High Glucose Levels - Causes and Prevention

Even if we are following our doctor’s recommendation, exercising regularly and eating right, our sugar levels might sometimes increase unexpectedly. The director of the Diabetes Institute at the University of Pittsburgh, Linda M. Siminerio, RD, Ph.D., talks on this topic. According to Dr. Siminerio, blood glucose levels fluctuate constantly in those affected by the chronic […]

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How to Pick the Right Diet

How to Pick the Right Diet for People with Diabetes

Looking for a tasty, yet healthy diet to keep blood sugar levels in check and get leaner in the process? Getting a leaner and healthier body can be extremely beneficial, especially if we have trouble managing our blood sugar levels. Besides, a good diet can reduce the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and […]

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AI Device Gets FDA Approval and Takes Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy to The Next Level

AI Device Gets FDA Approval and Takes Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy to The Next Level

Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes-related complication which impacts the eyes. This develops due to damage to the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue found at the end of the eye, that is the retina. In the beginning, this complication might cause only mild eyesight issues or have no signs at all. In the worst-case scenario, […]

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