Ideas For Beginning A Cycling Exercise Regiment – Healthy bike riding

Parents can encourage kids to get fit through bike riding, and they can also rediscover the activity themselves. Family bike rides offer opportunities to strengthen relationships and to enjoy the lasting benefits of shared experiences. Family biking treks needn’t be planned as grand productions. For example, parents can introduce...
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What is Diabetes?

Diabetes is a common disease that occurs when the blood sugar or blood glucose is too high. Blood sugar is the primary source of energy and is usually obtained from the food we eat. A hormone known as insulin helps glucose get into the body’s cells so it can...
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Diabetes, also known as diabetes mellitus (Type 1 and Type 2), is a chronic disease which happens when the body is no longer able to sustain necessary levels of insulin or utilize the insulin in the body (the difference being due to Type 1 or Type 2), or when...
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Ten Tricks for Managing Diabetes

Doctors recommend making substantial changes to diet and exercise to decrease the symptoms of diabetes and slow the disease’s progression. While this can seem overwhelming, by making just one slight change each week, you can get closer to your goal. Small, consistent habits overtime and result in positive changes...
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The Future of Diabetic Testing

*The author of this blog is not a medical professional and this article does not contain professional medical advice. This blog is not intended to substitute for medical advice, treatment, or diagnosis. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may...
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How to Manage the Diabetic Foot

According to many experts, diabetes can restrict the flow of oxygen to your feet. Hence, it becomes even more difficult for you to heal ulcers and other wounds on your feet. Since diabetes may numb your legs, you may not feel the blisters and infections on your feet until...
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