Q&A: Diabetes, Prediabetes, ARDS, and COVID-19

Q&A: Diabetes, Prediabetes, ARDS, and COVID-19

I’ve seen indication of those with diabetes type 2 diabetes are the most likely just to succumb to complications from this virus. The numbers are small but very strong. Thank you, Dr. Brewer. And that’s Thomas Gronek. So Thomas, yes, that’s a big, big deal. And if you look at our channel… our channel started […]

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Diabetes Education Part 2

Diabetes Education Part 2

hey Dr.VanDyke back here for part 2 of diabetes education so let’s get started. all right part 2 monitoring and self-management. first off, question true or false: having diabetes puts you at a higher risk for having a heart attack, stroke, kidney disease, nerve damage, blindness, amputations, and sexual problems. FALSE. like we just said […]

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Novartis Access Defined

Novartis Access Defined

Lower-income countries are confronted with the double challenge of managing infectious diseases as well as noncommunicable diseases, also known as NCDs, like cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory disease and diabetes. NCDs are chronic, which means they require early diagnosis and long-term care. Many lower-income countries are not equipped to provide care for chronic patients. Already today, […]

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Veterans Health Matters – Managing Type 2 Diabetes

Veterans Health Matters – Managing Type 2 Diabetes

What does a healthy lifestyle have in common with managing Type II Diabetes? It turns out there’s a lot. That’s good news. It puts you in the driver’s seat when it comes to managing Type II Diabetes. Type II Diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. It occurs when your body is unable to […]

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