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Is it Your Thyroid or Adrenals?

By Natasha Klemm ND

Do you feel tired? Do you experience sleep disturbances? Have you noticed changes in your mood? Has your hair become thinner? What about your weight? 490 more words


Everything is awesome!

First day couldn’t have gone better!  After I got the sensor calibrated, the readings could not have been better all day.  i did go up a bit after lunch due to some incorrect carb counting on my part but the DiAs did its job and kept the levels “between the Lines”.   91 more words

Artificial Pancreas

Medicaid Expansions Due to ACA Bump Up Diabetes Diagnoses

More people are being diagnosed with diabetes and at an earlier stage of disease in the US states that expanded their Medicaid programs under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), a new study indicates. 954 more words


National Paediatric Diabetes Audit reports

Source: RCPCH

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Date of publication: March, 2015

Publication type: Report / Web-page

In a nutshell: The National Paediatric Diabetes Audit (NPDA) report highlights the main findings on the quality of care for children and young people with diabetes mellitus in England and Wales. 22 more words

Child Health

A Surge of Questionable Systematic Reviews on Periodontal Therapy and Diabetes Mellitus

Currently, teachers experience a general problem, a surge of published systematic reviews where slightly modified search criteria have led to slightly different bunch of papers with slightly different results of meta-analyses. 1.174 more words


Mobile Health Technology to Promote Self-Management in Children with Diabetes Mellitus...Providing Parents "Peace of Mind"

by Jennifer Stump Garcia
M-health technologies such as ADMS offers parents peace of mind as parents can see in real time, how well their children manage the diabetes when they are away from the home.  575 more words

MHealth Technology

Diabetes Mellitus, M-Health Technologies, and a High Risk Population

by Jennifer Stump Garcia
Nearly 26 million Americans have diabetes mellitus (DM).  This chronic disease is seen in toddlers, school-age children, adolescents, and adults.
  Yet more than 60% are not maintaining their HbA1c within the ideal range.  204 more words

MHealth Technology