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Aw, Poor Kitty :( Goes To Show That Feline Diabetes Awareness Is Crucial!

Aw, Poor Kitty :( Goes to Show That Feline Diabetes Awareness is Crucial!

Aw, Poor Kitty :( Goes to Show That Feline Diabetes Awareness is Crucial!

Feline diabetes is not at all uncommon. And treating feline diabetes really doesn’t differ a whole lot from how humans are treated. What tends to be more difficult, as it is with humans, is actually being able to tell if your cat is experiencing the symptoms of diabetes.
See this entertaining yet informative video on the symptoms of feline diabetes right here!
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Khloe Kardashian Recalls Emotional Rob Kardashian ''Intervention,'' Says She's Seen a ''Great Transformation'' Since Diabetes Diagnosis

Khloe Kardashian Recalls Emotional Rob Kardashian ''Intervention,'' Says She's Seen a ''Great Transformation'' Since Diabetes Diagnosis

Khloe Kardashian is recalling an emotional incident involving her brother Rob Kardashian's declining health.
During a promo event for her new show Kocktails With Khloe (premieres Jan. 20) earlier today, the 31-year-old E! star opened up to Catt Sadlerabout Rob's recent health scare and diabetes diagnosis. While the family didn't have a sit-down intervention with Rob last week like some tabloids claim, Khloe think's a phone "intervention" she had with Rob on the last season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians was pivotal.
"We didn't mean to film [it] and it just happened. We filmed an intervention that aired...not so much like a sit-down and this blah, blah, blah, it was like over the phone and it was just like that's when the time happened and we happened to be filming and we just needed to really address a lot of stuff with Rob," Khloe told E! News exclusively Thursday. "And it came to be that I'm an enabler because I baby him too much but I can't kick my brother out, that's never gonna happen."
Khloe continued of Rob's well-being, "But I think Rob's health scare really again, leaving that in 2015 all the bad stuff, 2016 I think is gonna be a really positive great year. And I think that health scare hopefully rattled Rob a little bit and maybe woke him up…I know it's only what January 7 or 8, it's only eight days of this year but I think I've seen such a great transformation just mentally right now. So I hope that sticks. Again it's only been a week, but I hope that sticks and I'm always praying and rooting for Rob."
"I'm very hopeful," she continued. "We gotta get Rob ba Continue reading

This Will Shock You – The Juice That Kills Cancer Cells, Treat Diabetes, Gastritis and Lower Blood Pressure !

This Will Shock You – The Juice That Kills Cancer Cells, Treat Diabetes, Gastritis and Lower Blood Pressure !

The juice we are about to present you shows better results than most modern medications. It provides an excellent prevention against diabetes, gastritis, hypertension and other severe health conditions, even cancer. The power of raw potatoes has been appreciated for centuries, and entire generations have used this folk remedy to treat many ailments. However, there is still a certain misbelief that raw potatoes are not fit for consumption.
This is a huge mistake, because raw potatoes bring amazing health benefits. Make sure you peel your potatoes before using them, especially if there is some green skin and sprouts. It is the poison you should be aware of. There is a dangerous poison found in sprouts and green parts. Remove any skin or sprout before using a potato.
John Lesindzer, Dr John Tucakov and many other experts did a thorough research on the subject, and they wrote largely about the benefits provided by potato juice.
According to John Lesindzer, potato juice is the best natural cure for gastritis, a common health issue of the modern era.
Lesindzer believes that the combination of a tablespoon of fresh potato juice and some water is super efficient. Drink your fresh potato juice half an hour before your meals. If you are dealing with stomach and duodenal issues, take half a deciliter of potato juice before you eat or drink anything. You should also take another half a deciliter about half an hour before your lunch and dinner.
Dr Kagamine, a professor at the Akita University School of Medicine in Japan, is the author of a study based on different nutrients in raw potat Continue reading

Jamaican Scientist Makes Ground-Breaking Advances in Diabetes Medicine

Jamaican Scientist Makes Ground-Breaking Advances in Diabetes Medicine

Jamaican scientist Dr. Denise Daley has developed food items and supplements designed to help Jamaicans suffering from diabetes, including teas, cooking oils, and margarine. For her work, she received the Young Scientist of the Year Award for 2016 at the National Science and Technology Awards ceremony held in November. In 2012, Dr. Daley was named Innovator of the Year for her formulation and product development of functional foods from compounds isolated from the eucalyptus plant, which have since been patented. She is now looking for local Jamaican manufacturers to begin producing these items on a large scale because she wants to make them more available to those with hypertension and diabetes. Marketing and distribution of the products will follow their manufacture. Dr. Daley was inspired to find solutions for diabetes suffers as her grandmother has the disease. She recommends that those with diabetes turn to natural products to help them normalize their blood sugar, but supports and promotes integrated medical approaches that combine natural items with traditional medical treatment approaches. Continue reading

Types of Diabetes

Types of Diabetes

There are differences between Type I and Type II, this wonderful poster lays it all down showing which is which, as well as similarities and differences. If you have diabetes you need this, if you love someone with diabetes it is helpful too.
Disclaimer: All content on this website is for informational purposes only and should not be considered to be a specific diagnosis or treatment plan for any individual situation. Use of this website and the information contained herein does not create a doctor-patient relationship. Always consult with your own doctor in connection with any questions or issues you may have regarding your own health or the health of others. Continue reading

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