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The Type 2 Diabetic Woman

Author : M. Sara Rosenthal
ISBN : 0737300787
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Addresses issues about general health as well as the more specific concerns such as fertility, pregnancy, and menopause, and includes a list of medications that can help with the treatment and management of type 2 diabetes

Fatigue In Women With Type 2 Diabetes

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ISBN : 9781109001310
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Fatigue is a serious complaint in women in with type 2 diabetes, yet is frequently ignored or attributed to uncontrolled blood glucose levels. Complaints of fatigue in these women may signal the presence of physiological, psychological, and lifestyle-related phenomena, which could undermine diabetes health outcomes.

Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Author : Mark N. Feinglos
ISBN : 9781603270434
Genre : Medical
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In this practical book, the authors of each chapter have synthesized the currently available evidence regarding specific issues in diabetes care. The chapters have been written by an interdisciplinary team of scientists and medical professionals. Such an approach emphasizes the need for collaboration in the care of any individual with diabetes and in the effort to find new therapies for the disease. This reference provides practical guidance in a single resource.

The Meaning Of Type 2 Diabetes For Women With Previous Gestational Diabetes

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ISBN : 049420401X
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Being diagnosed with both gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) and type 2 diabetes is unique to women who have also experienced pregnancy. In this study, existential phenomenology was used to gain an in-depth understanding of the meaning of being diagnosed with diabetes "twice in a lifetime" as women meaningfully experience it. Open-ended interviews were conducted, on two occasions, with eight women who had experienced the phenomenon of interest and volunteered to participate. All of the women had experienced GDM during a pregnancy, and were currently living with type 2 diabetes. Interviews were recorded on audio tape, transcribed verbatim, and analyzed for themes. The women's narratives described the experience of having diabetes multiple times as an emotional journey of shame, anger, frustration, and self-blame. The women's feelings were strongly associated with perceived personal failure at not being able to prevent their type 2 diabetes. The participants specifically targeted their inability to make lifestyle changes for successful weight management as contributing to the second diagnosis. Five themes that emerged as characteristic of the women's diabetes experience were weight-related distress, confusion/anticipation, responsibility/ownership, balancing/juggling, and worry for self and others. The findings challenge health care professionals to educate women about their increased risk for type 2 diabetes after GDM while providing supportive preventative counseling along a continuum of care. Changes to present models of care may include, but are not limited to, establishing long-term relationships that convey care and concern, and treating women with respect as full participants in the decision-making about their care.

Type 2 Diabetes Pre Diabetes And The Metabolic Syndrome

Author : Ronald A. Codario
ISBN : 1603274413
Genre : Medical
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Diagnosing and managing type 2 diabetes presents an enormous challenge to the primary care provider confronted with multiple emerging scientific insights, therapeutic strategies and risk reduction principles. In Type 2 Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome: The Primary Care Guide to Diagnosis and Management, Second Edition, Ronald A. Codario, M.D., FACP -- a well-known and highly respected authority on diabetes -- details the state-of-the-art in diagnosing, managing and attenuating risks in patients with this disease. Utilizing his extensive experience in private practice, medical education and clinical research for over 35 years, Dr. Codario explains in simple clinical terms, the current understanding of the pathophysiology of diabetes, the latest clinical trials, developing controversies, updates on new medications and an expanded section on Special Populations. With his unique, multiple board certifications in clinical hypertension, vascular medicine, internal medicine, vascular ultrasound and clinical lipidology, Dr. Codario provides practical guidelines for treatment with insulin and oral agents, lipid and hypertension control and comprehensive risk reduction strategies. Extensively reviewed are the metabolic syndrome, the role of exercise and nutrition, and key issues associated with herb and nutriceutical use. Illustrative case studies in diabetes management, an outstanding bibliography of suggested readings, and extensive chapter subheadings for quick reference make this book a practical, easy-to-read guide for dealing with this killer disease. Type 2 Diabetes, Pre-Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome: The Primary Care Guide to Diagnosis and Management, Second Edition is the direct result of many years of listening, teaching, lecturing and empathizing with fellow primary care providers and their patients in the ongoing fight against diabetes. Like the internationally acclaimed first edition, this is a must read and invaluable guide for all primary care providers, students, caregivers and patients battling the ravages of this ever increasing epidemic.

Carol Guber S Type 2 Diabetes Life Plan

Author : Carol Guber
ISBN : 9780767911498
Genre : Health & Fitness
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If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, you’re probably concerned about a host of health issues and may already be thinking of the coming dietary changes. As your doctor probably explained, a good eating plan, low weight, and an active lifestyle are among the most important factors in limiting the disease’s impact and in continuing to live a full and healthy life. But you don’t know where to begin. Enter Carol Guber, a twenty-year veteran of the food industry who holds a master’s in nutrition and is a nationally recognized authority on food and nutrition. When she was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, she refused to accept the diagnosis lying down. Realizing that she was going to have to approach life in a new and vibrant fashion, Carol launched herself into what she describes as “guerilla warfare” against diabetes. She knew she was in for some changes, having been accustomed to gourmet meals and the finest, richest foods. And she also knew the consequences of ignoring her doctor’s advice. With her trademark gusto, she was soon enjoying a whole new menu and working out unabashedly alongside gym babes. Carol tried to choose physical activities that would be fun and dynamic, knowing that she had to enjoy herself as well as engage her mind, body and spirit in order to stay healthy. So she began running on a treadmill. She started to lift light weights. She even took up boxing. After several months, her spirited war on diabetes had helped her lose weight and reduce her glucose by 40 percent. Now she hosts workshops for men and women trying to develop their own diabetes-fighting lifestyle. She likes to say that you have to make a whole new life for yourself–often one that ends up being fuller and more active than you’ve ever dreamed. In her Type 2 Diabetes Life Plan, Carol shares her encouraging insight, bringing us with her along the path toward a richer and more vital life with diabetes. Going beyond her personal success, Carol provides a complete guide to a medical condition that is becoming increasingly widespread. Covering biology, physiology, genetics, medication, and lifestyle issues, she also offers day-to-day advice for finding the mental stamina to stay active and make healthy dietary selections, even when dining out or away from home. Offering motivation as well as information, Carol Guber’s Type 2 Diabetes Life Plan is a true lifeline for all of us living with diabetes from a remarkable woman who’s living proof of victory. From the Hardcover edition.

Type 2 Diabetes

Author : Andrew Kagan, M.D.
ISBN : 9780786456963
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Type 2 diabetes afflicts 250 million people worldwide, creating life-threatening and debilitating health effects. Written from a surgeon's perspective, this book is designed to provide information on the physical and socioeconomic underpinnings of the disease, as well as causes and complications based on case histories. It includes suggestions to avoid or delay the onset of the disease, and to minimize complications for those already afflicted.

Diabetes In Women

Author : E. Albert Reece
ISBN : 9780781738613
Genre : Medical
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This is a comprehensive guide to the primary care of women with diabetes, both during pregnancy and at other stages of the life cycle. The book provides information on the best drug treatment options and on dietary management, patient education, genetics, perinatal counselling, diabetes prevention, and long-term care of complications.

Type 2 Diabetes And The Risk Of Osteoporotic Hip Fracture In Utah Men And Women

Author : Megan Bunch
ISBN : 0542830280
Genre : Hip joint
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In a statistical analysis of data collected in the Utah Study of Nutrition and Bone Health (USNBH), the author finds an association between Type-2 diabetes and hip fracture.

The Canadian Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook

Author : M. Sara Rosenthal
ISBN : 9780470157022
Genre : Health & Fitness
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The Most Trustworthy Source for Canadians with Type 2 Diabetes Trusted by Canadian doctors and patients for over ten years, The Canadian Type 2 Diabetes Sourcebook is the only medically researched guidebook that allows you to learn about diabetes directly from the experts. This one-stop resource provides everything you need to know about managing Type 2 diabetes, creating the best health care team for you, and understanding the latest medical advice. Updated and aligned with the most recent clinical guidelines, this new edition covers the most up-to-date medications, lifestyle recommendations, and treatment options, with entirely new information about pediatric Type 2 diabetes. INSIDE: Diabetes basics-the what, who, and why Creating your diabetes health care team Testing your blood sugar and managing the highs and lows What to eat and how to maintain a healthy diet, including low glycemic eating The role of active living Diabetes medications (revised and updated to reflect the latest Canadian clinical guidelines) Special circumstances and risk factors: pregnancy and fertility, menopause, aging, and obesity The unique challenges faced by Aboriginal Canadians Complications and how to prevent them: heart disease, nerve damage, vision problems, kidney damage, circulatory problems, and more A comprehensive list of resources to help you along every step of the way All new information about pediatric Type 2 diabetes

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