The summer heat is rife with potential dangers that are specific to people with diabetes. If you have this condition, experts say you need to take special steps to keep your blood sugar at proper levels. “The most important thing to remember is that the stress of the heat can increase or decrease a diabetic’s … Read More
Kids need to move — they need to hop, skip, run and spin around. However they exercise, it’s important to encourage one hour a day of movement for your children. It won’t just keep them fit, but it will help their mood and concentration. Even if your child has challenges with their weight, it’s never … Read More
Imagine being diagnosed for a disease after simply blowing into a tube. Breath-testing may be the next big diagnostic tool — easy, painless, non-invasive. Exhaled breath can now be collected into a device and analyzed immediately. Breathprints are like fingerprints, unique to each individual. Breathprints ‘fill an urgent need’ A new Cleveland Clinic-based study of … Read More
The candy bars, soda, potato chips and other junk food fixes will be emptied out of your kids’ school vending machines. In their place, kids may find fruit cups, light popcorn and multi-grain crackers.
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Type 2 diabetes used to be an “adults only” condition, but not anymore. The prevalence of childhood obesity is changing the way doctors think about the disease. For the first time a set of guidelines is being created to help kids 10 to 18 years old manage their type 2 diabetes. A two-pronged approach of … Read More
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Nearly half of Americans diagnosed with type 1 diabetes are children. Living with the condition can be a challenge for parents and children alike, but you can take steps to manage it. Below, Michelle Schweiger, DO, who works in the Center for Pediatric Endocrinology, sheds light on common concerns. 1. Education is crucial — for … Read More