Diabetes has been called the Silent Killer of the 21st century. Are some ethnic groups predisposed to this condition? This moving personal documentary takes us on a journey through the lives of four people who come to terms with their condition. John, distanced himself from his Aboriginal roots in his 20s, and ignored his diabetes until it gnawed away at his body parts. Siva was diagnosed with Type 1 later in her life. After she got over the shock she turns it into an opportunity and becomes a volunteer educator. While his friends were looking forward to getting a driving license, Julian was learning how to use an insulin pen. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 12, Julian feels it cut off his wings. Williana is newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. She fears the worst and finds it hard to deal with her condition given her challenges with lack of employment. This riveting documentary uses these personal stories to explore the hard facts surrounding the "Sugar Disease" and presents some controversial research findings.
I Have A Little Sugar
[email protected] (2009) Diabetes has been called the Silent Killer of the 21st century. Are some ethnic groups predisposed to this condition? This moving personal documentary takes us on a journey through the lives of four people who come to terms with their condition. John, distanced himself from his Aboriginal roots in his 20s, and ignored his diabetes until it gnawed away at his body parts. Siva was diagnosed with Type 1 later in her life. After she got over the shock she turns it into an opportunity and becomes a volunteer educator. While his friends were looking forward to getting a driving license, Julian was learning how to use an insulin pen. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 12, Julian feels it cut off his wings. Williana is newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. She fears the worst and finds it hard to deal with her condition given her challenges with lack of employment. This riveting documentary uses these personal stories to explore the hard facts surrounding the “Sugar Disease” and presents some controversial research findings. CREDITS Written and Directed by Lalita Krishna Produced by Ben Viccari Cinematographer: Daniel Grant Edited by Baun Mah Music by Andy Mc
Listen to Dr. Tom Roselle discuss NSAIDs. These anti-inflammatory / pain relief pills are labeled as Aspirin, Motrin, Advil, Tylenol and many others. Learn what happens when you are prescribed to take them for the rest of your life including the many serious side effects ...even DEATH! About Dr. Tom Roselle: Dr. Tom Roselle, D.C., PAK, PAc, DCCM, DCBCN is an integrative health & wellness expert, author, talk show host, practicing health care professional, facility director, philanthropist and Chairman of the International College of Applied Kinesiology. He is well known for his mid-Atlantic health radio talk show, "Dr. Tom Roselle Live!," his acclaimed self-health book, "Ageless Health: Health Is A Do-It-To-Yourself Program" and his twice Emmy award nominated television broadcast, "Ageless Health - The Special." About Dr. Tom Roselle Live: Since 1983, Dr. Tom Roselle has hosted Roselle Radio broadcast programs to provide his patients and listeners with proven natural health and wellness care methods. Dr. Roselle offers over thirty-five years of health care experience as a board certified Chiropractor, Acupuncturist, Nutritionist and Applied Kinesiologist. Dr. Tom Roselle Live is a
After Escaping War, Syrian Refugees Are Left Facing ‘silent Killers'
Non-communicable diseases like diabetes are prevalent among some refugee communities. Kaleigh Rogers Jan 4 2017, 5:20pm A Syrian patient gets a house call from an MSF health care worker. Image: Shafiq Olabi/MSF In Jordan, about 9 percent of the adult population has diabetes—similar to the rates in the US. But at one Doctors Without Borders clinic in the city of Irbid, roughly half of the refugee patients are diabetic. "We have in our clinic about 4,000 patients and over 2,000 of them have diabetes," Dr. Paul van den Bosch, a supervising physician at the Irbid clinics, told me over the phone. About 70 percent of the clinic's patients are refugees, while the rest are Jordanian. Advertisement "It's the single greatest problem, and many of them also have high blood pressure," van den Bosch said. Non-communicable disease—illnesses that aren't transferred person-to-person, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and asthma—are a global health concern. But among many populations of Syrian refugees, these diseases have become an even greater threat. After escaping war, they're left facing what are often dubbed "silent killers," and have unique challenges to getting treatment and care,
Medical Centre in Midland. http://www.northstmed.com.au/ Contact Merle Taylor on 0402 113 170 or Visit the north Street Diabetes is a silent killer because it can strike without warning and if left untreated it will kill you. Merle Taylor is a qualified Diabetes educator working in Perth Western Australia. She can help you understand the risks of diabetes, the management and your ongoing education. Get started now to reduce the impact of diabetes on your lifestyle before you have a stroke, a heart attack or ultimately die. Here is a good reason to act now, your children, your family and your friends all need you to be fit and healthy for them. When untreated, diabetes will cause a decline in your health and you can avoid being a burden to yourself and your family if you act NOW. Produced and written by Qualified Diabetes Educator Merle Taylor.
"i Didn't Know"--the Silent Killer: Chronic Kidney Disease
Nothing is more frightening than “Not Knowing What You Don’t Know”. This is the case with Chronic Kidney Disease. Approximately 26 million Americans are living with this illness and millions more are at risk without a clue. Diabetes and high blood pressure are two of the main causes. Did you know that? Ron Minor, Filmmaker and Steadfast Advocate for CKD Awareness unveil the SILENT KILLER with his documentary “I Didn’t Know”. Be the first to recognize the signs and SAVE a Life! Tune in TONIGHT! So, Let’s Talk! Talks with Sheba Radio Show Wednesday, November 19, 2014 @ 10pm EST Join us Live online at www.blogtalkradio.com/TalksWithSheba Or by phone at (347) 838-8992 Learn more about Ron Minor: Fine Line Productions East "I Didn't Know" Chronic Kidney Disease (Documentary) www.finelineproductionseast.com [email protected] (202) 256-0414
DIABETES is a preventable disease because it is a result of how people live and the choices they make rather than something passed on. Yesterday, Nov 14, was the day chosen by the World Health Organisation and the International Diabetes Federation as World Diabetes Day (WDD). President of the Papua New Guinea Diabetes Association, (PNG DA) Dr Lutty Amos said that WDD was the largest diabetes campaign throughout the world, commemorated annually by ...
It seems like everybody knows someone who has diabetes. It could be a friend, relative or even an acquaintance. That isn’t surprising because diabetes is an epidemic. In this article, I’ll briefly talk about diabetes, the causes and how you can potentially reverse this through juicing and the right diet. If my father who is in his early seventies was able to do it you can too. Disclaimer: These recipes (particularly the first one) are so pote ...
To eat or not to eat? Eggs are a versatile food and a great source of protein. The American Diabetes Association considers eggs an excellent choice for people with diabetes. That’s primarily because one large egg contains about half a gram of carbohydrates, so it’s thought that they aren’t going to raise your blood sugar. Eggs are high in cholesterol, though. One large egg contains nearly 200 mg of cholesterol, but whether or not this negat ...
(CBS) — Every year, another 1.5 million people are diagnosed with diabetes. Lifestyle changes and medication can help control the disease and prolong lives, but a new study finds many people delay treatment. “It’s a secret killer. It’s scary.” And that’s why Mark Pence was floored when he found out he had diabetes three years ago, after his brother-in-law — who’s diabetic — jokingly asked to check his blood sugar. “It was like ...
The Silent Killer: Diabetes Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death by disease. It is a chronic disease that has no cure. Therefore it comes to no surprise that this disease has acquired countless number of attentions. Unfortunately, 5.4 million people in the United State are unaware that they have this disease. Until they do, they have already developed life-threatening complications. This may include blindness, kidney diseases, nerves dise ...
Did you know? About 50% of heart attacks are mistaken for acidity or other less serious problems SNEAK PEEK: 1. Diabetes & heart diseases are the biggest killers in India. 2. People with diabetes are more prone to heart diseases. 3. People who have diabetes have high blood sugar levels, high triglycerides, and low HDL levels, which makes them prone to atherosclerosis. 4. People with diabetes are prone to silent heart attacks. 5. Silent heart atta ...