How do you manage diabetes during the holidays?

Turkey, giblet gravy, wine, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole, wine, sweet potato casserole, wine, dinner rolls, cranberry sauce, wine, pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and my mother’s favorite (even though I don’t know what it is) green fluff. These are staples that I’m planning to have on my Thanksgiving table which don’t even account for…

By Jose Scott August 7, 2019 2

What is diabulimia? | Diabetes UK

It’s an invisible condition and yet it’s quite a destructive one if you don’t look after yourself. There are three key features, the first one is that you have to have Type 1 diabetes so you can’t have it if you haven’t got diabetes, don’t really see it in Type 2. The second is that…

By Jose Scott August 7, 2019 1

Diabetes Basics: Create Your Plate

[Music] Oh it’s easy you just have to create your plate let me explain first take a look at your plate which would be about nine inches across then imagine a line running down the middle of the plate on one side divide it into two more sections fill the largest portion of your plate…

By Jose Scott August 7, 2019 12

New target for diabetes therapies

Diabetes currently affects over 20 million adults in the United States alone, and an additional 60 million are thought to be at risk for the development of type 2 diabetes. We found a relay system that has an important effect on the production of glucose by the liver, and it could be useful in the…

By Jose Scott August 7, 2019 2

Staphylococcus saprophyticus – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Learning medicine is hard work! Osmosis makes it easy. It takes your lectures and notes to create a personalized study plan with exclusive videos, practice questions and flashcards, and so much more. Try it free today! With Staphylococcus saprophyticus, sometimes called Staph saprophyticus, “staph” means grapes, “coccus” means round-shape, while “saprophyticus” refers to organisms that…

By Jose Scott August 7, 2019 6