Essential Tips to Combat Type-2 Diabetes
Even though the truth about your health hurts, particularly if you have been diagnosed with a condition like type-2 diabetes or heart disease, the faster it is accepted, the better it is for you. It is never too late to start taking care of yourself and what could be a better way to make a start than to include natural medications in your daily schedule?
Type 2 Diabetes – Will Aerobic Training on Land or Water Improve a Diabetic’s Quality of Life?
Scientists at the Universidade Federal Rio Grande Sul and various other institutions in Brazil set out to discover whether aerobic training on land or in the water was better for people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. The good news is both are useful in helping to lower blood sugar readings. In September of 2017, the Journal of Science and Medicine in Sports reported on the clinical trial. Researchers compared thirty-five people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. They assigned seventeen participants to the dry land aerobic training group, and eighteen to perform the aerobic physical activity in water.
Guidelines on Preventing Diabetic Foot Ulcers
Foot ulcers are common for people with diabetes. This article will discuss steps that you can take to help prevent problems.
Diabetes and Pregnancy – Tips for a Healthy Baby
One of several complications that occur during pregnancy is the onset of diabetes. This hopefully temporary condition can complicate matters. This article will give you a few tips for having a healthy baby.
Type 2 Diabetes – New Molecular Findings in Diabetes Complications
Scientists at the National Institute of Technology, Calicut, in Kerala, India, have found a protein they have linked with diabetic foot ulcers and several other diabetic complications. By knowing which proteins are associated with particular health complications, we can learn which genes code for those proteins and which genes can predict certain complications. In September of 2017, the journal Interdisciplinary Science reported the enzyme myeloperoxidase was linked with foot ulcers, oxidative stress, inflammation, and peripheral vascular disease.