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"Phillips says if exercise is intrinsically rewarding — it’s enjoyable or reduces stress — people will respond automatically to their cue and not have to convince themselves to work out. Instead of feeling like a chore, they’ll want to exercise." http://bit.ly/1y0yCzo
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Check out what new insulin delivery and glucose monitoring devices are expected to be on the market in 2017 via @diaTribeNews
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"Only about 10 percent of those estimated to have prediabetes are aware of their high risk to develop type 2 diabetes" diaTribe® http://bit.ly/2cRM9fy
Advice for increasing daily activity, the new Fit2Me mobile app, and enthusiasm for the National Diabetes Prevention Program
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"By combining results from more than 100 trials, we provide the strongest evidence to date on how major nutrients alter these risks." http://wb.md/2afQ94K via AMGAFhealth
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"It is all about what the patient sees, or in this case, what they don’t see." http://bit.ly/2cRmM9E
How could I help this blind patient with diabetes deal with lancing fingers, reading a label, even simply putting the correct amount of food on a plate?
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Text messages and apps are helping some people manage their #diabetes. The Diabetes Goal Tracker app lets you set reminders http://bit.ly/2cDLC0U
Every morning, my iPhone reminds me to log in my food choices for the day, courtesy of a weight-loss app.
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"Whether your passion is chasing down Pokemon, growing organic vegetables in the backyard, or taking your dog on a hike with a friend, the important thing is to get—and keep— moving."
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Celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth! Check out our latest Spanish/English resources developed for diabetes educators and people with diabetes. And don't miss special discounts on select Spanish-language products for a limited time only. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2cSUnUJ
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"As you age, physical changes can affect the way medicines are handled by your body, leading to potential complications" http://bit.ly/1xt2szE
The older you get, the more likely you are to use additional medicines, which can increase the chance of harmful drug effects including interactions. So consider these safety tips (and share them with your loved ones) when taking prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines, herbal preparations, and supplements.
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What you need to know about the @CDCDiabetes Prevention Program, of which AADE is a part #diabetes #prevention #NationalDPP http://bit.ly/2cSfhiL
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"Three steps can help health care providers engage more effectively with patients who have diabetes-related sexual complications. Listen compassionately, be a source of basic medical information, and act as a liaison and refer." http://bit.ly/2cEzkSP
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It's #HealthyAging Month! Check out these resources to staying healthy as you grow older. Healthy Aging http://ow.ly/YU9w304i0TK
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