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Difference Between Diabetes mellitus and Diabetes insipidus

The symptoms may be silent. Diabetes is a disease that damage without obvious clinical signs and symptoms. It’s a disease that slowly and relentlessly affects every organ in your body while not alw…

Up-to-date data and statistics on diabetes and its burden in the United States—with tips on how to prevent, delay, or manage the disease.

This document is intended to provide up-to-date scientific data and statistics on diabetes and its burden in the United States. Formerly referred to as the National Diabetes Fact Sheet, this consensus document is written for a scientific audience.

Infographic looking at the health risks of being obese, with a focus on the relationship of obesity and heart disease

Infographic looking at the health risks of being obese, with a focus on the relationship of obesity and heart disease (Designed by Andrew Park for the Press Association)

Great advice. It is pretty easy to see where this makes sense. I know a lot of people who snack out of boredom, not even aware of how many calories they ingest simply because they haven't assigned a better activity for little pockets of time.

A good reminder that food is fuel for the body, not a "fix" for feelings. HALT originally was developed to help identify red flags for alcoholism, so understanding and managing these feelings work for any addiction.

Diabetes Mellitus - Nursing Care

cupcakern: Diabetes Mellitus: Type 1 & 2 key S/S: 3 P’s polyphagia (excessive hunger) polydipsia (excessive thirst) polyuira (excessive passage of urine) This is a really good one for understanding everything that goes along with DM. I would suggest reall