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Ahmed Huang
Does Smoking Affect Blood Glucose Levels?

Does Smoking Affect Blood Glucose Levels?

smoking increases insulin resistance and causes a higher chance of developing diabetes. Meanwhile, cigarettes lead to weight gain, which is not beneficial to blood glucose control.

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Ahmed Huang
Overview of Chocolate & Biscuits for People Affected by Diabetes

Overview of Chocolate & Biscuits for People Affected by Diabetes

In this article, you will learn if having sugar-free chocolates or biscuits are good for diabetes and get more answers to relevant questions.

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Ahmed Huang
Are Breads Good for Diabetes? Malt Loaf, Granary, Rye, and more

Are Breads Good for Diabetes? Malt Loaf, Granary, Rye, and more

This article answers the question of whether eating pieces of bread are good for people with diabetes. Moreover, different types of bread and their impact on blood sugar are analyzed.

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Ahmed Huang
Twiglets, Quavers, Walkers, Are Crisps Good for Diabetes?

Twiglets, Quavers, Walkers, Are Crisps Good for Diabetes?

If I have diabetes, can I eat crisps like Twiglets, Quavers and Walkers? Or are there some low-sugar crisps recommendations? Here are the answers.

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Ahmed Huang
Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level When Exercising

Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level When Exercising

Exercise plays a significant role in preventing chronic diseases such as diabetes. This article answers questions related exercises and diabetes.

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Ling-Qing Yuan
Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: People with new-onset diabetes need to be careful about pancreatic cancer

Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: People with new-onset diabetes need to be careful about pancreatic cancer

This article talks about the relationship between diabetes and pancreatic cancer. It also gives advices on treatment and preventions.

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Ahmed Huang
Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level at Meal

Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level at Meal

This article will talk about diabetes and your blood sugar level at the meal: the suggested level in mmol/L, the mechanism of different food to your body, and valuable tips about controlling your blood glucose level from food intake.

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Haris Mahmood
Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level at Night

Everything You Need to Know on Blood Sugar Level at Night

This article talks about how to deal with abnormal blood sugar level at night (when sleeping) for both diabetics and healthy people.

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Leilei Huai
Sinocare Tips for Gout Patients: How to Deal with Gout Scientifically?

Sinocare Tips for Gout Patients: How to Deal with Gout Scientifically?

This article talks about the relationship between purines and uric acid, the mechanism of gout, and five factors related to elevated blood uric acid.

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Ling-Qing Yuan
Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: Diabetes Foot Care

Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: Diabetes Foot Care

Foot ulcers are one of the most serious complications of diabetes. diabetic patients must fully control their blood sugar, blood lipids, blood pressure, and body weight to avoid the occurrence of diabetic neuropathy and vascular disease.

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Ling-Qing Yuan
Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: Early Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis

Sinocare Tips for Diabetics: Early Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis

As a diabetic, in addition to controlling blood glucose levels, paying attention to complications such as kidney disease, fundus disease, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease, lower extremity vascular disease and foot disease, we also need to care about our increasingly loose bones.

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ZhuMengying
Medications That can Increase Blood Sugar

Medications That can Increase Blood Sugar

Some medications used to treat common conditions can raise blood sugar levels; therefore, it is important to know them, because they can interfere with the treatment of pathologies such as diabetes. As a result, for a person suffering from diabetes it is vitally important to have good control of his condition, since hyperglycemia (that is, a high level of sugar in the blood) can cause serious health problems, such as kidney failure, cardiovascular disorders and diabetic retinopathy. Symptoms related to hyperglycemia usually never appear abruptly, but rather in a gradual form; for this reason, in some cases diabetic patients, not...

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ZhuMengying
5 Aspects of Diabetes-Related Mental Health Issues

5 Aspects of Diabetes-Related Mental Health Issues

According to the survey, the incidence of diabetes-related mental health issues ranged from 18% to 45%, while at 18 months it ranged from 38% to 48%. Mental health issues affect treatment compliance, self-management, blood glucose control level, and life quality in diabetes. Diabetes-related mental health issues mainly come from the following 5 aspects.

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ZhuMengying
10 Frequently Asked Questions About Insulin Injection, Answers are All Here

10 Frequently Asked Questions About Insulin Injection, Answers are All Here

In the treatment of diabetes, insulin therapy, as one of the methods of drug therapy, has played a good effect on controlling blood sugar levels for some patients. However, due to the lack of understanding of insulin, and even the lack of knowledge in insulin injection, it has become difficult to adhere to insulin treatment according to the doctor's advice, resulting in many patients' blood sugar still not well controlled, or even refusing insulin treatment. In this article, we'll answer ten frequently asked questions about insulin. 1. Is taking insulin "addictive"? The answer is NO.Whether insulin is needed or not depends...

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ZhuMengying
What Diabetics Must Know About the Lancing Device

What Diabetics Must Know About the Lancing Device

In this article you will learn what the lancing device is used for; how to use the lancets needle device correctly; APS system application: low pain lancets device; precautions for using the lancing device and frequently asked questions about using the lancet needle.

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ZhuMengying
The Best Foods That Lower Heart Rate - Expert'S Advice

The Best Foods That Lower Heart Rate - Expert'S Advice

Of course, not all foods are created equal and some are very bad for the body while others are very healthy and positive for the heart. With this article we are going to talk in detail about some of the foods that are good for the heart and how they can be used in your daily diet.

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ZhuMengying
Is Metformin the Best Hypoglycemic Drug?

Is Metformin the Best Hypoglycemic Drug?

Metformin is a conventional drug for the treatment of diabetes, which has the functions of increasing glucose utilization and improving insulin sensitivity. So far, most of the guidelines, including the guidelines of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, recommend metformin as the first-line drug for the treatment of diabetes. Is Metformin the Best Hypoglycemic Drug? Which patients are not suitable for?

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ZhuMengying
Why do you need to care about blood sugar after eating?

Why do you need to care about blood sugar after eating?

The order in which people with type 2 diabetes eat may affect their blood sugar levels, a small study suggests. In fact, new research has found that protein and vegetable intake before carbohydrates was linked to lowering blood sugar and insulin levels after a meal.

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ZhuMengying
2022 Winter Olympics: Everything Diabetics Need to Know about Sports!

2022 Winter Olympics: Everything Diabetics Need to Know about Sports!

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics ended perfectly a few days ago. This time, the Beijing Winter Olympics will bring you a perfect experience. And did you know that among the athletes at the Winter Olympics, there are also warriors with diabetes?

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ZhuMengying
Everything you need to know about diabetes and chronic pain

Everything you need to know about diabetes and chronic pain

Treating pain can be a key factor in helping to keep diabetes under control. In fact, chronic pain haunts many people with diabetes, making it harder for them to manage their condition through exercise, healthy eating, and medication, and in particular, the burden of living in pain could distract diabetic patients from doing what is necessary for their health.

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ZhuMengying
Best advice For Fruit and vegetable consumption in Type 2 diabetes

Best advice For Fruit and vegetable consumption in Type 2 diabetes

A new study supports the recommendation to eat two servings of fruit a day for health benefits and a lower risk of diabetes. Adults who ate two servings of fruit a day had a 36% lower chance of developing diabetes within 5 years than those who ate less than half a serving of fruit a day

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ZhuMengying
Half of People Who Have Diabetes But Don't Know it

Half of People Who Have Diabetes But Don't Know it

Diabetes is a major health issue that has reached alarming levels. Today, more than half a billion people are living with diabetes worldwide. On average, one in two adults is at risk of diabetes - what a frightening number!

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ZhuMengying
Does Pain Increase Blood Pressure - Unveil The Myths Of Pain And Blood Pressure

Does Pain Increase Blood Pressure - Unveil The Myths Of Pain And Blood Pressure

For patients suffering from severe pain, finding effective pain management treatment is critical because it can improve your overall quality of life, but it may also be essential to your cardiovascular health. Medical researchers believe that there is a link between pain and high blood pressure. This means that if you struggle with widespread pain, you are at a higher risk of developing high blood pressure and other problems related to cardiovascular health.

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ZhuMengying
Does Coffee Raise Blood Sugar?

Does Coffee Raise Blood Sugar?

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world. In the world, the number of coffee drinkers is also growing rapidly, and there are countless coffee lovers. For healthy people, it’s usually a harmless perk-me-up. Can diabetics drink coffee? Does caffeine affect blood sugar? This article examines the short- and long-term effects of coffee on blood sugar and diabetes.

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ZhuMengying
Keto Blood Sugar Levels - What Is The Optimal Blood Glucose Level For Ketosis?

Keto Blood Sugar Levels - What Is The Optimal Blood Glucose Level For Ketosis?

Many people have heard of the ketogenic diet, which is a very popular diet recently. The ketogenic diet and blood sugar test are inextricably linked, and it is important to maintain the optimal blood sugar level for ketosis. If your blood sugar levels often rise, your body will not be able to maintain a ketogenic state, which is the main goal of ketogenic dieters. We will look at what keto is, the two types of ketosis, how to calculate your optimal blood sugar keto level and the applicability of the ketogenic diet to diabetics.

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ZhuMengying
8 Surprising Causes of Blood Sugar Fluctuations

8 Surprising Causes of Blood Sugar Fluctuations

A patient with diabetes says that his or her blood glucose fluctuates greatly, sometimes from 5 mmol/l during the day to 10 mmol/l at night. What should he or she do in this situation?

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ZhuMengying
How do exercise for diabetics to lower blood sugar?

How do exercise for diabetics to lower blood sugar?

Exercise itself has many benefits for diabetes treatment. However, some people find that their blood sugar rises after exercising. What is going on in this situation? What should we pay attention to? How do exercise for diabetics to lower blood sugar and what exercises can cause blood sugar to rise?

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ZhuMengying
How Many Times a Day Do I Need to Test My Blood Sugar?

How Many Times a Day Do I Need to Test My Blood Sugar?

One of the questions that some people who have just been diagnosed with diabetes often ask is "When is the best time to test my blood sugar?" . In some pharmacies and community hospitals, more than 50% of sugar lovers do not have the habit of taking blood glucose test. So, what is the significance of blood glucose testing for sugar lovers? How often is it reasonable to test blood glucose?

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ZhuMengying
What Should I Do If I Have Hypoglycemia?

What Should I Do If I Have Hypoglycemia?

Pre-meal hypoglycemia is an early warning sign of abnormal blood sugar. The more often hypoglycemia occurs, the more the symptoms will keep changing and become atypical. In the early stage of diabetes, there are mainly obvious conscious symptoms such as panic, shaking hands, sweating, dizziness, hunger and weakness. As the disease lengthens and worsens, the symptoms of hypoglycemic episodes become atypical, and in severe cases, symptoms such as mental inattention, agitation, irritability, coma, impaired cardiovascular system function, and impaired nervous system may also occur.

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ZhuMengying
4 Tips to Help Diabetics Easily and Accurately Measure Their Blood Sugar

4 Tips to Help Diabetics Easily and Accurately Measure Their Blood Sugar

Blood glucose measurement is a daily operation for sugar lovers, but there are always some details that lead to inaccurate blood glucose measurement, so let's see what problems need attention in the process of blood collection.

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What Should People Do with Macrovascular Complications of Diabetes?

What Should People Do with Macrovascular Complications of Diabetes?

The risk of death for people with diabetes is doubled than ever before while the life expectancy is shortened by 9 years, as per a study related to chronic diseases conducted in China. Diabetes can lead people to suffer from various related diseases, covering stroke, ischemic heart disease, chronic kidney disease, chronic liver disease, infection, etc. Among these diseases, macrovascular complications boast the highest potential risks to cause death.

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A Look at HbA1c, Fasting and Postprandial Blood Glucose

A Look at HbA1c, Fasting and Postprandial Blood Glucose

Glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) is widely recognized as a standard to evaluate the quality of diabetes control. As is known to all, HbA1c is closed related to fasting as well as postprandial blood glucose. It has remained a hard issue to address how to evaluate the quality of diabetes control in the long run, particularly for those who suffer from fluctuations and insulin injections.

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Lucas Wang
A Brief Introduction to Diabetic Retinopathy - Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

A Brief Introduction to Diabetic Retinopathy - Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

As the most obvious symptoms that show diabetic microangiopathy, diabetic retinopathy (DR) is featured by a fundus disease with specific changes as well as one of the serious complications of diabetes. While diabetic retinopathy can be divided into two parts: non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy (NPDR) and proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR).

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Lucas Wang
Here's A Look at Hypertension Inspired by SPRINT Research

Here's A Look at Hypertension Inspired by SPRINT Research

When the blood vessels are slightly blocked, and the blood pressure is climbing, people may suffer from an early stage of hypertension. With the blood vessels becoming severed blocked, it indicates the happening of high blood pressure. The disease is extremely harmful to the body and is the main cause of stroke, heart disease, heart and kidney failure and blindness.

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Lucas Wang
How to Lower the Symptoms of Hyperglycemia? Dietary Fiber Matters!

How to Lower the Symptoms of Hyperglycemia? Dietary Fiber Matters!

According to studies about the relationship between cellulose and diabetes conducted by Harvard University, people who are prone to eat high-fat and low-fiber foods are more easily to have the risks of diabetes than those who regularly eat low-fat but high-fiber foods. Against this backdrop, what's the relationship between dietary fiber and diabetes?

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Lucas Wang
Four Words Help People with Diabetes Manage High Blood Pressure

Four Words Help People with Diabetes Manage High Blood Pressure

Due to the fact that high blood pressure can damage blood vessels, diabetic complications, covering diabetic nephropathy and diabetic retinopathy, are closely related to high blood glucose and high blood pressure. People with diabetic nephropathy should pay more attention to the situation. If they fail to control blood pressure in a reasonable range, it is more likely to develop into uremia. So, how should people with diabetes deal with high blood pressure? Four words matter!

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Lucas Wang
Here is a Brief Introduction about Glycosylated Hemoglobin 2021

Here is a Brief Introduction about Glycosylated Hemoglobin 2021

Glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c) results from hemoglobin being wrapped in blood sugar. The amount of glucose combined from hemoglobin is directly proportional to the total glucose content in the blood system. It is significant for people with diabetes to conduct the HbA1c test in that the higher the HbA1c level, the greater the risk of diabetic complications.

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Lucas Wang
11 Signals People with Diabetes Should Know about Complications

11 Signals People with Diabetes Should Know about Complications

Diabetes is featured by the symptoms of polydipsia, polyphagia, polyuria, and weight loss clinically. However, roughly half of people with diabetes boast atypical clinical symptoms, even no obvious symptoms at the very beginning. And then a certain complication is followed. Against this backdrop, what signals are there to indicate the happenings of diabetes complications?

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Lucas Wang
Top 6 Misunderstandings Following Taking Hypoglycemia Medicine

Top 6 Misunderstandings Following Taking Hypoglycemia Medicine

At present, people with diabetes still remain misunderstandings about medication, enabling them to fail to control their blood sugar well. Against this backdrop, what are the common misunderstandings about hypoglycemic drugs?

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Lucas Wang
How Can People with Gout Eat to Lower Uric Acid in Summer?

How Can People with Gout Eat to Lower Uric Acid in Summer?

An analysis conducted by the Chinese medical authority in 2017 noted that roughly 170 million people saw the happenings of hyperuricemia, of which more than 80 million are gout patients. In addition, the disease is increasing rapidly at an annual growth rate of 9.7%. Nowadays, gout has become the second-largest metabolic disease following diabetes, which has not gained attention yet.

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Lucas Wang
Here's What You Should Grasp about Symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy

Here's What You Should Grasp about Symptoms of Diabetic Nephropathy

As is known to all, the kidney is an essential organ, boasting various functions to our body. It removes metabolites and certain wastes from our body, and absorbs other beneficial substances as well, covering glucose, protein, amino acids, sodium ions, potassium ions, sodium bicarbonates. In addition, it regulates water and electrolyte balance and maintains acid-base balance, etc. People should be cautious about the disease once the happenings of the following symptoms.

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Lucas Wang
5 Top Exercise Mistakes for People with Diabetes

5 Top Exercise Mistakes for People with Diabetes

It's essential to know how exercise affects the blood glucose levels before starting an exercise regime. You may also need to get additional information about the common pitfalls with diabetes, helping achieve your treatment goals in a right manner.

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Lucas Wang
What Should People with High Uric Acid Do at Home 2021?

What Should People with High Uric Acid Do at Home 2021?

People are able to enjoy various foods with the improving living standard. Yet, it seems that people's dietary habits become gradually unhealthy and unreasonable, particularly in the middle-aged. Following the high incidence of hypertension, hyperlipidemia and hyperglycemia, high uric acid has become another factor to threaten people's health.

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Lucas Wang
8 Reasons Behind Fluctuated Blood Glucose You Need to Know

8 Reasons Behind Fluctuated Blood Glucose You Need to Know

Blood glucose fluctuation is not only a number that can make people feel terrible but its damage should not be underestimated. If you think hyperglycemia is like a tiger, blood glucose fluctuation is more like a tiger. If hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia make your blood vessels dilate and constrict respectively, the fluctuations between these changes will allow your blood vessels to suffer a lot.

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Lucas Wang
Rainbow Recipe: A Guideline for People with Diabetes

Rainbow Recipe: A Guideline for People with Diabetes

Recent years witnessed the fact that the incidence of malignant tumors in China has been on the rise. The World Health Organization has previously stated that 60% of factors depend on the individual's own lifestyle. Among these 60% factors, dietary factors are on the top list!

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Lucas Wang
A Look at Diabetic Foot - Symptoms, Reasons and Care

A Look at Diabetic Foot - Symptoms, Reasons and Care

Having too much sugar in the blood can lead people with diabetes to some complications, covering the diabetic foot. Diabetic foot is characterized by a complication as a result of diabetic neuropathy and vascular disease. However, people are prone to ignore this issue and will gain unfavorable results beyond imagination. As such, it is essential to prevent and treat diabetic foot once people feel uncomfortable.

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Lucas Wang
Here's what we should know about hypoglycemia

Here's what we should know about hypoglycemia

As is known to all, glucose is our energy's main source. Hypoglycemia is defined as the fact that people's blood sugar level is lower than normal. In the early stage of diabetes, obvious symptoms cover palpitation, shakiness, sweating, fatigue, hunger, and weakness. What's worse, people with serve symptoms will suffer from a lack of concentration, restlessness, irritability, impaired cardiovascular system and nervous system damage.

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Judy zhu
My Thoughts on Sinocare Safe Accu Blood Glucose Meter - by Kent Pasia Victoria

My Thoughts on Sinocare Safe Accu Blood Glucose Meter - by Kent Pasia Victoria

Everybody wishes to be in good shape as far as health is concerned. I can say that I am one of the grateful people who was able to use a Sinocare product, which I can surely say, in no doubt to be a great partner to good health. What I am speaking of in particular is the complete set of devices to monitor my blood sugar level. I am comfortable using all the devices needed to constantly monitor my health.

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General Instructions: Advantage & How to use No Touch Infrared thermometer

General Instructions: Advantage & How to use No Touch Infrared thermometer

Temperatures detected by classical thermometers (oral and axillary) are generally reliable, however measuring these temperatures, especially in children under the age of 4 and the elderly, is often difficult as they are invasive methods and require patient immobility. For these reasons, an infrared thermometer represents a valid measurement tool, as many studies have shown how the rapidity of measurement allows to obtain temperatures in an immediate, accurate and contactless way.

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lingfeng zhang
The importance of careful monitoring of one's Weight and Body Mass (BMI)

The importance of careful monitoring of one's Weight and Body Mass (BMI)

Obesity is a physical problem that afflicts a large proportion of the population nowadays, and therefore constitutes a serious public health crisis in the United States and internationally, with the prevalence of rapidly increasing cases in many industrialised countries. In detail, the National Center for Health Statistics report said that in U.S. individuals 20 years of age or older, obesity prevalence hassteadily increased from 19.4% in 1997 to 31.4% for the period 2017.

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lingfeng zhang
Complications caused by Covid-19 in diabetes patients

Complications caused by Covid-19 in diabetes patients

The clinical course and prognosis of COVID-19 in patients with diabetes are in line with average standards, however in some particular cases severe consequences may occur. In particular, in individuals hospitalized with diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), the prognosis is significantly worse for those who also suffer from COVID-19, and data show that death in the hospital was six times greater among patients with DKA who also had COVID-19 than those who were not affected.

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lingfeng zhang
Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Pediatric Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Type 2 diabetes mellitus consists of a series of dysfunctions characterized by hyperglycaemia and resulting from the combination of insulin resistance, inadequate insulin secretion and excessive or inappropriate glucagon secretion. Poorly controlled type 2 diabetes is associated with a number of microvascular complications and neuropathic symptoms.

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lingfeng zhang
6 Simple Tips To Weight Loss For Modern Women

6 Simple Tips To Weight Loss For Modern Women

With more and more women participating in the socialization division of labor, along with the huge work pressure, health problems have become the topic of concern to women in modern society. Among these health problems, weight loss is a particular concern for every modern woman, especially those who love beauty, and many chronic diseases are inextricably linked to obesity.

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lingfeng zhang
Stories Of COVID-19: Chronic Disease Care Is Essential Care

Stories Of COVID-19: Chronic Disease Care Is Essential Care

This post is part of a Health Affairs Blog short series, "Stories of COVID-19." The series presents first-person accounts from patients and providers that highlight policy issues raised by the COVID-19 pandemic and response. For longer-form personal essays about health care, read our long-running Narrative Matters series in the journal. Nine months ago, I was driving home from Philadelphia in tears. Everything seemed out of control. With endeavors, I recknon care for chronic diseases is essential.

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How Fiber Helps Control High Blood Sugar

How Fiber Helps Control High Blood Sugar

Harvard University has conducted two large-scale studies on the relationship between cellulose and diabetes, each time more than 40,000 people participated. Studies have confirmed that people who regularly eat high-fat, low-fiber foods have a two-fold higher risk of diabetes than those who regularly eat low-fat, high-fiber foods. It is also rumored among Chinese people that dietary fiber can not only lose weight but also lower three highs. So what is the inextricable relationship between dietary fiber and diabetes?

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6 Healthy Life Habits For Helping Control Type 2 Diabetes

6 Healthy Life Habits For Helping Control Type 2 Diabetes

As we all know type 2 diabetes is a common condition with numerous risk factors, causes of type 2 diabetes may range from lifestyle factors such as obesity and lack of exercise to being diagnosed with gestational diabetes during pregnancy. When we are healthy, we will pay attention to whether there are any ways to prevent diabetes, what good lifestyle habits can help us maintain a stable Blood Glucose level condition?

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lingfeng zhang
How to Test Your Blood Sugar Level At Home

How to Test Your Blood Sugar Level At Home

Blood glucose levels are the amount of glucose that someone has in their blood at any given time. Blood sugar levels change throughout the day. This blog mainly gives a brief introduction of blood sugar level and blood glucose test. Besides, the way and the time to test blood glucose with diabetes, and 6 keys to successful blood sugar monitoring at home can be founded in the blog.

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Recommended Main Food For Diabetes Type 2

Recommended Main Food For Diabetes Type 2

Dietary therapy is an important way to manage prediabetes and type 2 diabetes is through a healthful diet. Being mindful of carbohydrate intake, eating smaller meals regularly, and choosing nutrient-dense, healthful options can all help. Foods can also protect you from problems caused by diabetes, like heart disease, obesity, and high blood pressure. They should provide nutrients and energy, and help you stay full and satisfied.

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lingfeng zhang
What is the Difference Between Type 2 & Type 1 Diabetes

What is the Difference Between Type 2 & Type 1 Diabetes

Diabetes is a group of clinical syndromes with glucose metabolism disorder as the main manifestation caused by genetic and environmental factors. There are mainly two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2. There are certain differences in the etiology, morbidity, symptoms, disease characteristics, management, and impact of these two types of diabetes.

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6 Tips For Type 2 Diabetes to Repair Islet Function to Achieve Stable Blood Sugar

6 Tips For Type 2 Diabetes to Repair Islet Function to Achieve Stable Blood Sugar

A person suffering from diabetes is like entering a vicious circle of falling down: On the one hand, a low level of insulin secreted by the pancreas, the amount secreted into the blood increases as the blood glucose rises, on the other hand, high blood sugar will further damage the islet, aggravating the lack of insulin secretion. Prolonged high blood sugar can damage nerves and organs and result complications.

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Diabetes Prevention: 7 Causes of Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes Prevention: 7 Causes of Type 2 Diabetes

According to the latest report from World Health Organization, the number of people with diabetes rose from 108 million in 1980 to 422 million in 2014. The global prevalence of diabetes among adults over 18 years of age rose from 4.7% in 1980 to 8.5% in 2014. Between 2000 and 2016, there was a 5% increase in premature mortality from diabetes. Type 2 Diabetes is about more than 90 percent of people with diabetes.

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Blood Sugar Monitor: Everything You Should Know

Blood Sugar Monitor: Everything You Should Know

Blood sugar monitor is an essential part of diabetes care. There is research showing that self-monitoring of blood glucose can help blood glucose control. If you are an insulin injector or a pregnant sugar patient, in order to strictly control blood sugar levels and reduce the occurrence of hypoglycemia, you must keep blood glucose monitoring. Find out why, when to test your blood sugar, how to use a blood sugar meter and more.

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How to Juggling If You Have Diabetes

How to Juggling If You Have Diabetes

The survey shows that ¼ of diabetic patients do not know that they have diabetes at an early stage. Diabetes has different types, especially Type 2 diabetes. The early symptoms of Type 2 diabetes are not obvious, and are more complicated than Type 1. How do we simply judge that we are already in the early stage through some symptoms? Is diabetes in early stages?

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Everything You Should Know Choose Sphygmomanometer for Home Use

Everything You Should Know Choose Sphygmomanometer for Home Use

Family medical care has become the fashion of medical care for people, Home Sphygmomanometer is One of the Family medical care Parts. In the past, people had to go to the hospital to measure blood pressure, but now as long as they have a home electronic Sphygmomanometer they can monitor blood pressure changes at any time. If abnormal blood pressure is found, they can go to the hospital for treatment in time, preventing cerebral hemorrhage and heart failure.

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Diabetes: How does glucose meters work?

Diabetes: How does glucose meters work?

This blog is divided into four parts: In the first part, there is a brief introduction of glucose meter. Second part depicts the way how glucose meters work. Then, benefits from using glucose meters testing is expounded in the third part. In the end, people can find a guide to blood glucose testing at home. 

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lingfeng zhang
Exercise Advise and Benefits for Type 2 Diabetes

Exercise Advise and Benefits for Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases characterized by high blood sugar, which can be divided into type 1 and type 2. Type 1 diabetes incidence age is mostly under 30 years of age, sudden onset, oral medicine alone is ineffective, need to use insulin treatment; Long-term diabetes can easily lead to chronic damage and dysfunction of various tissues, especially the eyes, kidneys, heart, blood vessels, and nerves.

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