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Emotions / Motivation | Life with Diabetes | Young People with Diabetes LWD (Life with Diabetes) Video Friday: Fighting the Blame
By AmyT on November 23, 2012 Welcome again to our Friday video shorts, where we’re bringing you a weekly “life with diabetes” snippet from filmmaker Jenny MacKenzie, who created the documentary film Sugar Babies.
In this week’s clip, we get a peek inside the world of a teenager with diabetes who says she weighed 311 pounds. But by piecing together and personalizing a management plan, she was able to lose a whopping 140 pounds (!) and get her health on track......
Continuous glucose monitoring was associated with decreased HbA1c levels and time spent in hypoglycaemia in individuals with type 1 diabetes using CSII. More frequent self-adjustments of insulin therapy may have contributed to these effects.
NEW YORK, Nov. 16, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Walgreens, the nation's largest drugstore chain, and JDRF, the world's largest charitable funder of research toward curing, treating, and preventing type 1 diabetes (T1D) and its complications,...
...During 1995–2010, the age-adjusted prevalence of diagnosed diabetes among U.S. adults increased in all geographic areas, with the median prevalence for all states, DC, and Puerto Rico increasing from 4.5% to 8.2% (Table). In 1995, age-adjusted prevalence was ≥6% in only three states, DC, and Puerto Rico, but, by 2010, it was ≥6% in all areas (Table, Figure 1). In 2010, median age-adjusted prevalence was highest among states in the South (9.8%) versus states in the Midwest (7.5%), Northeast (7.3%), and West (7.3%). In 2010, age-adjusted prevalence was highest (≥10.0%) in Alabama, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia, and lowest (6.0%–6.9%) in 12 states: Alaska, Colorado, Connecticut, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Vermont, and Wyoming....
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