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This is the conclusion from the study. My personal experience confirms this. liraglutue is Victoza
The phase III studies that have compared GLP-1 RA agents head-to-head have demonstrated that all GLP-1 RA agents are effective therapeutic options at reducing A1C. However, differences clearly exist in terms of magnitude of effect on A1C and weight as well as frequency and severity of adverse effects. When selecting the most…Continue
Four weeks into a family holiday, away from the mundanity of every day, away from schedules, away from stresses, and I can see just how much better I feel – emotionally as well as diabetes-wise.
After writing an extremely raw account of the diabetes burnout I have been experiencing for some time, I have spent time wondering just how I was going to get diabetes back to a place that would stop causing me so much concern and guilt and stress and anxiety. Because that’s the thing with the…Continue
Added by RenzaS on February 10, 2015 at 4:45pm — No Comments
I think the keys to successful diabetes management are:
1. The right medication
3. healthy eating
4. Mindful eating
6. Some sort Mindful practice like coaching /or therapy meditation, yoga deep relaxation and /or therapy.
There will be more on each of these and my thoughts on each of these specifically in future…
Added by Joel Steinberg on December 29, 2014 at 7:34am — No Comments
Welcome to Planet Diabetes. This is the 4th planet of the 5th solar system of the 10th ring of the Health Galaxy. It is well populated. Planet diabetes is a bit strange. Things happen here that are not observed elsewhere in Health Galaxy. These oddities make our observations particularly difficult to understand.…
I was fortunate in being able to take part on November 3rd in a FDA panel on Unmet Patient Needs. I talked about this earlier and I know that many of you attended (or tried to attend). While there were technical difficulties, I was very pleased with the result. Below are my impressions.…Continue
Everyone’s getting very excited for World Diabetes Day because it is one of the most important days for people living with diabetes worldwide. It’s a day used to raise awareness about the condition, to fundraise, to promote healthy living, and more. All of these initiatives are definitely important and worthwhile, but this year I very…Continue
Added by Elizabeth Rae on November 1, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments
Okay everyone 5 friends and I are doing a 21 day sugar detox starting tomorrow. This will bring us to November 14th. Cleaning out your system and ridding of all bad is…Continue
Added by Jill Knapp on October 26, 2014 at 10:00am — No Comments
I was diagnosed with Type 1 in August, 2014. I am in my senior year of high school and it has been a rough ride but I recently received some good news when my insurance company approved my OmniPod before the six-month mark! Life with diabetes is still new to me so if anyone has any overall tips or advice for diabetes in general or the OmniPod, they would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
You ate too much candy!
I remember distinctly the day I first encountered this nonsense about what causes diabetes. I was 13 in Boy Scouts and my mom was desperately ill. She was in the hospital and weaving in and out of near death. She would remain there for 9 weeks. The issue at the time was the abrupt removal of a narcotic used to ease her suffering from neuropathy. Honestly I…Continue
In Diabetic forecast this month there is a cool little note titled “It’s less complicated” ("It's less complicated," 2014) about a great study published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The results are awesome and they show incredible changeover the last 20 years. This morning dribble is about that study.
Ten (10) things I have learned about being diabetic in the past 40 years!!
I was reflecting in chat the other day about the little things I have learned over the past 40 years. This is not an exhaustive list or even a great list, just little things I have learned along the way that might be helpful to others, well or not,
10. Being diabetic can be fun, especially if you take pleasure in freaking people…
40 Year Ago Today (Tuesday)
I was in the hospital watching TV, staring at my orange so hungry I thought I might just expire. 40 years ago today the nurse gave me the injection and I thought how ridiculous, I had given mom shots plenty of times but for some reason I was not yet trained so I was forbidden from doing it myself. After the not trained thing it was about 2 hours and the…Continue
40 Years Ago Today
When I got up this morning I sort of took an inventory of my week, two contractors for estimates (repair former roof leak), some doctors’ appointments, a quick trip to Indiana University (the source as I refer to it), my birthday on Saturday, oh and that other thing. That other thing is my diabetic anniversary. 40 years ago today my family…
Starter vs Maintainer and Diabetes Management
Are you a “Starter” or a “Maintainer” and does that impact how you deal with your diabetes? Do you remember when you were told that you were a diabetic? Some of us shut down, some of us absorbed information like a sponge, or many of us did both. But how you dealt with the new reality may signal a natural tendency in your diabetic life.
Right after the rush of information we were…
Wingspread, Administration Building and the Research Tower
This past week I was in Milwaukee and Racine WI to visit the sites owned by the SC Johnson Foundation and by SC Johnson. It was thrilling excursion for a person who admires the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. The administration building at SC Johnson is rated as one of ten best building designs of the 20th century. This video link provides more information than you would ever want…
I was 12 years old and won 27 gold medals. At least I should have.
The other competitors, Tim Ward, age 11, and Jeff Ward, age 10, competed too. The events all took place in my backyard, garage, basement, and around…Continue
Added by James122501 on May 13, 2014 at 3:43pm — No Comments
you look at us and you don't see
maybe you look at us and you see
but do you really see or even believe
do you really know what goes on below the layers
under our thick skin
in our bodies
in our minds
while the chaos is underway
you don’t see
Added by kudzuprincess on May 12, 2014 at 8:48pm — No Comments
Added by kudzuprincess on May 12, 2014 at 8:43pm — No Comments