Posts Tagged ‘type 2 diabetes’
Everyone Needs a Purr-fect Pal They Can Count On!
Everyone needs a “Purr-fect Pal” they can count on in their lives. That “Purr-fect Pal” may be an adult, child, or a pet who seems to know how you feel and when you need comfort and understanding! A Yellow Brain “Purr-fect Pal” is Always Dependable. A Blue Brain “Purr-fect Pal” is a Sincere Listener. A Green Brain “Purr-fect…Read more
18 Truths People With Diabetes Wish Others Understood on World Diabetes Day and Every Day!!
Today, November 14th is World Diabetes Day! The International Diabetes Federation is committed to tackle diabetes from the local to the global level, from programs at community level to worldwide awareness and advocacy initiatives. “The activities of IDF aim to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, promote the exchange of high-quality information…Read more
Author Is Back from Hiatus with A New Brain Color Book and Diabetes Book!
I am back and feeling better than ever about my hiatus and my two new books! Since my last post Researching and Revising a New Book is More fun on a Summer Porch on July 17th I completed my new Brain Color Book entitled: What Color Is Your Brain? When Caring for Patients: An Easy…Read more
Intense Exercise Can Lower Blood Sugar Levels
Today, I received the latest copy of the Diabetes Health Online Newsletter. The headline that caught my attention was: Just 30 Minutes Per Week of Intense Exercise Lowers Blood Sugar. Exercise seems to be a the top of people’s list for their New Year’s Resolutions for losing weight. Of course, exercise should be at the top of all of our…Read more
Diabetes and the Gingko Tree
Did you know there is a connection between the Ginkgo tree and diabetes? When I wrote Princess Shayna’s Invisible Visible Gift, I included a Ginkgo tree in the story. I had always loved the graceful shape and fan shaped leaves of the Ginkgo tree that grew in the courtyard of my childhood home. My “Green Brain“ knew…Read more
November – American Diabetes Month
November is American Diabetes Month! With nearly 26 million children and adults in American living with diabetes, and another 79 million at high risk for developing type 2 diabetes, the disease is taking a devastating physical, emotional and financial toll on families and health care. Sadly, most Americans do not realize that diabetes is serious and devastating disease! Recent statistics from…Read more