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Articles About "Diabetes"

Over-The-Counter Medicines:
Advice for Americans about Self-Care: Access + Knowledge = Power American medicine cabinets contain a growing choice of nonprescription, over-the-counter (OTC) medicines to treat an expanding range of ailments. OTC medicines often do more than relieve aches, pains and itches. Some can prevent...
Considering a Midwife
How is a midwife different from a doctor? If you are pregnant and in good health without a medical condition, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, or a heart problem, you can choose a midwife to care for you during your pregnancy. Midwives are an appealing option for women and their partners who...
Why Too Many Kids are Fat - Not Fit
The obvious answer to that question is television...hours and hours in front of the "boob tube," but it's not the only answer. During the past decade, a growing number of American children can be described as obese and there is escalating concern among parents and pediatricians about what this...
What is Visual Impairment?
Vision impairment means that a person's eyesight cannot be corrected to a "normal" level. It is a loss of vision that makes it hard or impossible to do daily tasks without specialized adaptations. Vision impairment may be caused by a loss of visual acuity, where the eye does not see objects as...

"Diabetes" in the News

Diabetes complications show significant decline in past two decades
By Gene Emery NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Diabetes is becoming increasingly common in the United States, but the risks of complications from the blood sugar disease have declined since 1990, according to a new study. Better preventive care for adults with diabetes contributed to a 68 percent drop...
Diabetes-Related ProblemsDrop Over Last 2 Decades
The findings "show that we have come a long way in preventing complications and improving quality of life for people with diabetes," study researcher Edward Gregg, a senior epidemiologist in CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation, said in a statement. In fact, the total number of...
Diabetes Cases Rise in U.S. as Complication Rate Declines
More Americans are diagnosed with diabetes than ever before, though improved preventative care has cut the rate of serious complications such as heart attack and stroke over the past 20 years, a government report found.
Research and Markets: Diabetes App Market Report 2014 - Graphical Package (2008-2018)
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Diabetes App Market Report 2014 Graphical Package" report t

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"Diabetes" in the Adoption Blogs

In a Heartbeat
August 29, 2011, 7:55 pm
My recent post about the fear that is involved in foster adoption seemed to strike a cord with some people. I appreciate the comments that I received about it. Having been through a foster adoption, I definitely know what that fear feels like. It is the kind that can wake a person in the middle...
The Letter
September 13, 2011, 10:09 am
I tend to hold onto letters that I receive from people in my life that hold a special spot. Birthday cards from my children and husband, letters from my Grandma from over the years as well as letters from the adoptive parents of my placed son, Will. They are treasures I dont want to ever part...
Honestly Assessing Older Adoption
July 26, 2012, 12:33 pm
To me, choosing to become a parent was not that difficult. I was born to the role. I had known since the age of 19 I was infertile, so deciding to adopt when I met my husband at age 37 was not too challenging a choice. That said, deciding to adopt our three little ones at the age of 51 was...
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"Diabetes" in the Adoption Forums

Tough subject - weight issues
February 24, 2014, 6:49 am
First of all, please don't flame me. I know that children come in all shapes, sizes and colors, but I am concerned about my 2 FDs. Both are over the 97th percentile in weight. We are a very active and healthy family and want the girls to have a healthier lifestyle. There is a history of...

Stories About "Diabetes"

Be Alert, But Don't Give Up!
Aloha..Be "certain" prior to searching for a child, or an adoptive child, "exactly what" you "expect" to find, & have you really given enough "deep within you...
An Adoptee/Birth Mother's Story
I was adopted in September of 1984. I was born to teenagers. My birthmother came from a dysfunctional family that didn't support her pregnancy. She ran away from home and got help through an...
A Happy Ending
Hi, my name is Cheryl. I visited (Adoption.com) and many other adoption sites many times a couple of years ago in search of my biological mother. I had had a happy childhood with my adoptive family...

"Diabetes" on Adoption.com

Chita - More Medical Paperwork. - Adoption.com Forums
I was diagnosed with Diabetes 22 years ago and have had absolutely no complications. However, I will need a letter from the doctor attesting to when I was diagnosed, what meds I use and how I control my blood glucose levels.

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