You Can Have Diabetes and Still Exercise

Diabetes and Exercise Several years ago, Tommy Johnson, at age of 28, looked at his mirror image in his home in Phoenix and wondered what was happening to his body, as he watched. Hospitalized in Phoenix for several days of testing, Johnson was found to have Type 1, or insulin-dependent diabetes. He didn’t even have […]

Diabetes Information That Everyone Should Know

Diabetes is one of the common metabolic diseases that occur due to defects in the carbohydrate metabolism in the body. It affects approximately 17 million people (about 8% of the population) in the United States. In addition, an estimated additional 12 million people in the United States have diabetes and don’t even know it. Causes […]

Diabetes the sly old fox (Catch it before it catches you)

Isn’t it amazing that in this modern world with all its technology and resources many people are still unaware of the roll their lifestyles play on their bodies health. Diabetes also referred to as the silent killer quietly moves under the radar undetected by the host and is often a high contributor to other related […]

Can Aspirin Stop a Heart Attack?

Aspirin has been around as long as most of us can remember. It was introduced over 100 years ago as a fever reducer and pain reliever and since that time, it has made its way into virtually every medicine cabinet in the country. Over the past several years, aspirin has been touted to help reduce […]