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Consumer Newsletter Publisher, Boardroom Inc., Changes Name To Bottom Line Inc.

Consumer Newsletter Publisher, Boardroom Inc., Changes Name to Bottom Line Inc. August 02, 2016 10:48 AM Eastern Daylight Time STAMFORD, Conn.--( BUSINESS WIRE )--Boardroom Inc., publisher of consumer newsletters Bottom Line Personal and Bottom Line Health, has changed its name to Bottom Line Inc. as part of a major initiative to transform the 43-year old print publishing company into a multi-platform content destination. Sarah Hiner, President & CEO, said, The company-wide transition will allow a broader audience to engage with Bottom Line in ways never before possible, while remaining a preeminent service for its current print subscriber base. Bottom Line Inc. works with thousands of experts in diverse fields, from finance to healthcare, to bring readers insider perspectives on issues such as prescription medication dangers, buying and selling a home, and prevention and treatment of diseases including cancer, heart disease and diabetes, Hiner said. As the world changes, so has the way society receives and shares its information, she said. Bottom Line began in an era before hashtags, animated gifs and the 24-hour news cycle, so with the agility of todays most disruptive start-ups Continue reading >>

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  1. rubyred

    So I should start with the fact that I haven't been diagnosed (yet) with celiac. My biopsies from last year are being looked at by another, more knowledgeable GI doctor and he hasn't gotten back to me yet. From the endoscopy report, he said it's most likely celiac. Anyway, despite not having an official diagnosis, I went gluten-free last year and pretty much all of my symptoms have subsided.
    Here's where my question comes in. Before I was gluten-free, I lost my appetite. My stomach was in pain/gassy/bloated all of the time that I just didn't really eat that much, and plus I wasn't all that hungry so it wasn't a big deal. I didn't lose LOTS of weight, probably only 10-ish pounds over a period of 5-6 months. Currently I'm 140lbs, but I got down to about 132lbs and I'm 5'5''. I was never emaciated but my body has an athletic build so 132 was pretty skinny for my body. Right before going gluten-free, I started to become ravenously hungry and was ALWAYS thirsty. Thirsty to the point where going 30 minutes without drinking water was hard. I think this was probably due to the malnutrition and my body not absorbing anything (??)
    At first when I went gluten-free, my hunger leveled off and my thirst decreased (a little). Also, I had missed my period for about 5 months pre gluten-free and went to my PCP, who said that I may have PCOS and mentioned something about insulin resistance?? (I should say that before going gluten-free, I was in grad school and crazy busy so often had cereal for breakfast, snacks, and dinner. I ate a lot of fruit and veggies, but also went through boxes and boxes of cereal. It was seriously as if my body was addicted to cereal....which makes me think I possibly made my body become insulin resistant??) Since going gluten-free, my periods have returned and are mostly normal (just a little light) and my GYN never said anything about PCOS at my exam a few months ago, even though I mentioned my PCP said something about it.
    So anyway, over the past few months, I've noticed that I have been experiencing almost hypoglycemic symptoms when I don't eat. I am getting hungry more often and if I go a couple hours without eating, I sometimes get shaky, very hungry, weak feeling. I'm always thirsty and I go to the bathroom a lot, which I know are some diabetes symptoms. Isn't diabetes and hypoglycemia on opposite ends of the scale? I don't think I have diabetes, but the always being thirsty thing makes me nervous. Plus, I have a DQ8, which I was reading about the correlation with diabetes. Like I said before, I'm not overweight, I'm a pretty normal weight for my height and I'm 26 years old, so I'd think that I might be a little old to just be developing type 1? Also I'm not losing weight, which I know is a key symptoms of diabetes. Do you think I caused these symptoms because I was eating so many carbs? Now my diet is much more balanced and I do eat protein with most every meal.
    Any ideas/comments would be greatly appreciated! Thanks for your help!! And if you have any more questions, I'd be happy to answer them, as I know there are things I left out....

  2. missy'smom

    Diabetes can occurr at any age. Don't let anyone tell you that you are too old or too young. I was litterally laughed at when I was your age for suggesting to my Doc. that I might have blood sugar problems. He told me I was too young. You also don't have to be overweight. I am quite thin and so was dismissed because of that as well. People don't always fit into the convenient well-known boxes. We could go back and forth with your symptoms and possible causes just like you are doing yourself and I did with myself in the past. You have a concern, symptoms and several risk factors so it wouldn't hurt anything to get tested. A glucose tolerance test will give you more information than just a single fasting blood sugar reading and the more information, the better for assessing and treating a problem if it is found. And early detection is KEY and makes a HUGE difference. It's only a half day out of your life and will spare you countless days of worry which are far worse-been there, done that! There are various types of blood sugar problems. A person can experience both highs and lows. Here is a resource for you to learn more.

  3. ravenwoodglass

    In addition to the great advice you have gotten I would also ask the doctor for an A1C while I was at it. It will give you an average of you BS over the last 3 months. Also how much protein do you eat. Whenever you eat a carb you should have a protein whether it is a slice of cheese, an egg, beans, a nut butter or even a handful of safe gluten free nuts. You have mentioned eating a lot of carbs and that will spike and then drop your blood sugar suddenly even if not diabetic if you are not getting enough protein.

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Book Review: Aging Well With Diabetes An Excellent Resource

Book Review: Aging Well With Diabetes an Excellent Resource A new book has been published called Aging Well With Diabetes which aims to provide scientifically-backed information on type 2 diabetes, how to manage it and what food, exercise, and alternative remedies can support goodhealth. About 1 in 4 people livingin the United States aged 65 and up have diabetes and nearly 35 percent of adults have pre-diabetes.This book serves a large demographic who is getting older and finding themselves facing type 2 diabetes head-on or in the form of a heads upnamed pre-diabetes. Written by a Large Arrayof Doctors and Scientists Instead of one or two doctors authoring this book, a variety of experts contributed their wisdom which the publishers, Bottom Line Inc. neatly organized into a super easy-to-read format that pleasantly reminded me of a Readers Digest. Whenever nutrition is being talked about, a nutrition expert is talking and same goes for heart health and blood sugar levels, and brain health. This way, you know you are getting someones most qualified advice. Many books with diabetes give out tried and true information. This book, while keeping in step with responsible practices of sh Continue reading >>

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  1. moe091

    Hey everyone, I just learned that my state, PA, sells needles without prescription. For the whole time that I've been using needles I had always gotten them from diabetic friends so I dont really know what to ask for at the pharmacy. I was hoping someone could advise new on the best/safest kind for shooting herroin, or better yet just tell me exactly what they ask the pharmacist when they buy needless.
    thanks for any replies

  2. blackjesus

    you need to concern yourself with finding a needle exchange, they will give you alot more helpful utensils than a needle, like cotton swabs, bacteriostatic water, etc etc. but if you simply cannot find one of these:
    you walk into a drug store and, like an adult, ask for a pack or 10, box, whatever, of their 28+ (or higher) gauge needle. 1CC syringe, (or higher) this is a typical request

  3. JamtasticX

    Can I please have a package of 1CC half-inch tip syringes
    show an ID and you're on your way (to verify age)

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We believe our commitments to social responsibility, environmental soundness, and economic viability make good business sense. Learn more about the Novo Nordisk Triple Bottom Line at http://www.novonordisk-us.com 2012 Novo Nordisk All rights reserved. 0112-00007048-1 February 2012

Why Your Business Needs A Double Bottom Line: Profits And Purpose

Why Your Business Needs a Double Bottom Line: Profits and Purpose Why Your Business Needs a Double Bottom Line: Profits and Purpose Medix CEO Andrew Limouris on why his company has two bottom lines -- and why having two is the perfect way to grow a business. As the leader of a company, your job is to build that company -- increasing revenue, increasing profits, and increasing overall value. And your employees certainly understand that, but still: A single-minded focus on maximizing profits can often come at the expense of employee satisfaction and happiness. That's why Andrew Limouris , the CEO of Medix , an award-winning healthcare talent acquisition firm,and the author of the new book Won With Purpose , takes a different approach. He believes thattrue purposeleads to satisfied employees and better teamwork -- and as a result, increased revenue and company results. And that's why he created a "double bottom line" for his company: Positively impact the lives of 20,000 childrenthrough the company's 20,000 Kids program. To accomplish the second goal,Medix employees partnerwith organizations around the world to provide foundational support and mentorship tohelp children from grade sc Continue reading >>

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  1. Niki83

    Double dose

    I took a 1000mg pill of Metformin around 3 am because I missed my dose earlier. Just checked my blood sugar and it's 210 so I took my morning dose of 1000mg. Is that ok to do? I probably should have asked that before I took it. So confused about this illness. I really need help.

  2. onlymep

    hi Niki - I'm not sure if that is too much for you? the best way to find out is keep testing using your glucometer. The maximum dosage of Metformin daily is 3000mg I was told by my endo and GP... they wouldn't put me on more than that when I was on it. I don't know if docs in other places use a higher dosage? But I'm thinking if you've only taken 2000mg you should be Ok. What was the timeframe between each tablet? Usually anything over 6-8 hours is Ok for most drugs. If you're not sure though it's a good idea to discuss this with your docs. They are the best people to advise you how to take your medication. A pharmacist may also be able to offer some advice too. Make sure you keep quick acting carbs close at hand just in case too (yes, I did have some hypos on Metformin which I know some people haven't experienced). Let us know how you go.

  3. Niki83

    Thank you OnlyMep. You have been such a big help to me.

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