Diabetes is a serious condition that is not curable, it's important that you learn as much as you can about the disease and work with your diabetes management team to manage the disease and get the support you need to stay strong. You can live an active, full life with diabetes, but you must be motivated and willing to manage it diligently and correctly. Failure to manage your diabetes can lead to disease-related complications such as problems with your eyes, kidneys or nerves, or heart attacks, strokes and amputations. These complications are permanent and irreversible, but with proper diabetes management, you may be able to limit these complications or prevent them altogether. The video below offers important points about insulin, diet and exercise and life management. http://www.southnassau.org/news/diabetes.cfm
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Diabetes and You explains the basics of diabetes care and education and insulin preparation for those who are newly diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes
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Know what our experts have to say about Management of Kidney related disorders in Diabetes. Presenter: Dr. Jatin Kothari, Consultant Nephrologist & Transplant Physician Coordinator: Dr. Manoj Chadha, Consultant Endocrinologist ( the video is a part of our Public Education Series: Diabetes Education Program.)
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To Purchase the FULL DVD, please go to: http://www.heatinc.ca/diabetes-introduction/ OVERVIEW: This patient education program explains the treatment of diabetes and its complications. The program begins with an introduction to diabetes, and then discusses the pathophysiology of diabetes, its signs and symptoms, treatment options, controlling diabetes, hyperglycemia, and hypoglycemia. The program extensively discusses the reasonable complications of diabetes and ends with a material covered. Product Information 12:20 | 2010 For More info on the full DVD, please contact : HEAT INC 416 538 9898 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Know more about Management of Diabetes, Management of Kidney related disorders and Diet in Diabetes, by experts in the respective fields from Hinduja Hospital. Presenters: Dr. Manoj Chadha, Consultant Endocrinologist Ms. Tanvi Dodecha, Dietician ( the video is taken during Hinduja Hospital's Public Education Series : Diabetes Management Education Program)
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DIABETES EDUCATOR This VIVO Healthcare certificate program for prospective diabetes educators is designed to provide a structured training in diabetes to freshers and mid-career allied healthcare professionals. This program aims at providing them with the ability to counsel diabetic patients and hence improve the outcomes of therapies provided by their doctor. These certified diabetes educators will fulfil the growing demand for diabetes educators at clinics/hospitals and hence will make interdisciplinary diabetes care teams complete. After completion of this course, the student will be able to: Demonstrate the knowledge of epidemiology, etiology, pathophysiology, prognosis, and clinical guidelines of diabetes consistent with the practice level of a Diabetes Educator Describe diabetes, blood glucose monitoring, physical activity, aspects of diet , and foot-care to patients and/or care-givers Describe pharmacological treatment to patients and/or care-givers on request of their doctor Assess, plan, and explain goals of diabetes management to patients/care-givers and evaluate the changes on their further visits for intervention Apply principles of teaching, learning, and behavior change in a culturally sensitive manner to facilitate self-management skills in individuals with diabetes Recognize importance of an interdisciplinary diabetes care team Identify and apply principles of diabetes education program to systematically improve it in their organization Course Description The Chemical Basis of Life The Cell and plasma membrane Introduction to Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology Introduction to Diabetes Dealing with Medical Emergencies and First Aid Anatomy and Physiology of Pancreas and Insulin Action Physical Activity in Diabetes and Body Composition Introduction to Nutrition in Diabetes Complications in Diabetes Medications in Diabetes Record Keeping in Diabetes Management Roles and Responsibilities of a Diabetes Educator and Patient Rights Counseling the Diabetic Patient Medical and Work Place Ethics and Safe Practices Highlights Duration - 2 MONTHS Certification - VIVO HEALTHCARE / HSSC For more info visit - http://vivohealthcare.com/all-programs/career-oriented-programs/vivo-diabetes-educator/ Youtube - https://youtu.be/rZG88QYQ71w Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/VIVOhealthcare/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/VIVOHealthcare1
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program #MerckDiabetesTips-Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in Hindi
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http://www.PreOp.com Diabetes Patient Education Monitoring and tightly controlling your blood sugar level can significantly reduce the risk of complications due to diabetes and provide you with a higher quality of life. Knowledge of your blood sugar levels at different times of the day is an essential input into your diabetes care plan and allows you and your medical team to work out and modify your plan for medication, diet and exercise. The heart of the system to monitor your blood sugar is the blood glucose meter and the automatic lancing device used to obtain your blood sample. There are many types of glucose meters with varying degrees of sophistication and abilities to store test results. Your doctor or nurse will recommend the type best for you. You will need to be familiar with the manufacturer's instructions for each unit. This program will provide you with general guidelines that apply to all units. The equipment you will need to assemble includes: * the glucose testing meter, * a packet of test strips, * an automatic lancing device, * and facial tissue. Diabetes Patient Education The meter will have a display with blood sugar readings are shown, an on/off power button and a slot into which the Test Strips are inserted. In the back of the meter will be a compartment for batteries. The Automatic Lancing Device has three components: the body with a release button, lancet holder and cocking device, the removable end cap and a separate short lancet. The first step is to code the meter to match or calibrate the meter to the reactivity of the Test Strip. This is done by following the manufacturer's instructions and matching a number on the meter's display to a number on the Code Strip or on the test strip package. Coding is done: * whenever a new package of Test Strips is opened * and daily to ensure the meter is coded correctly. Diabetes Patient Education In addition, a control test can be run: * if you need to check that the whole system of the meter and the test strip is working correctly * and to practice your good meter techniques. * Follow the manufacturer's instructions, which usually involves testing a control solution of sugar that is provided with the meter. Wash your hands vigorously with soap and warm water. Rinse and dry thoroughly with a paper towel. Remove the Test Strip from its individual package. With the meter off, insert the correct end of the test strip into the test slot of the meter, according to the manufacturer's instructions. This usually turns the meter on. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device. Insert a short lancet into the lancet holder according to the manufacturer's instructions. Twist off the protective cap and save it for the disposal of the used lancet. Replace the end-cap. The depth of the puncture depends on the end-cap used. Re-cock the lancing device. Choose your puncture site. The sides of the end segment of the finger are the best sites. Stroke down the finger to push blood toward the puncture site. Place the end-cap firmly against the chosen puncture site on the side of the fingertip. The more pressure you use, the deeper the puncture. Push the lancet release button without moving your finger or the device.Diabetes Patient Education After the puncture, remove the lancing device. If a drop of blood does not form on its own, stroke down the finger toward the puncture site without going as far as the site itself. Hold the tip of the test strip in the drop of blood until the meter tells you the test strip is filled, usually by beeping. Remove the test strip from the blood. Put the device and the strip aside until the reading is complete. Wipe the puncture site with a clean, dry facial tissue and use the tissue to hold pressure on the puncture site until the bleeding stops. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device and remove the used lancet. Replace the used lancet back into the protective cap by pushing it into the open end of the cap which is placed on a firm, flat surface like a counter top. Once the blood sugar reading on the meter is complete, use the tissue to grasp the test strip and pull it out of the meter. This usually turns the meter off. Discard the lancet in its protective cover and the used strip into a glass or puncture-proof container with a screw top or a "Sharps" Container purchased from your local pharmacy. Replace the cap on the container. When the container is full, cap it and discard it into the trash. * Clean the lancing device weekly according to the manufacturer's instructions. * Only use a lancet once. * Do not use the same end-cap on another person. * Teach another person to use the whole system so that you have a backup when you need assistance. Diabetes Patient Education
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http://www.PreOp.com Diabetes Patient Education This program will demonstrate injecting insulin. The goal is to inject the insulin into the subcutaneous tissue between the top layer of the skin, the dermis and the underlying muscle layer. The only concentration of insulin available in the United States is 100 units per milliliter. A milliliter is equal to a cubic centimeter. All insulin syringes are graduated to match this concentration. Insulin syringes are available in various volumes, for example: 3/10 cc, which would hold a maximum dose of 30 units, 1/2 cc to hold a maximum dose of 50 units and 1 cc to hold a maximum dose of 100 units. Some insulins are cloudy suspensions. To ensure uniform dispersion of the insulin in the cloudy suspension, roll the vial gently between your hands. Avoid vigorous shaking, which will produce air bubbles or foam and interfere with obtaining the accurate dose. Wipe off the top of the bottle with an alcohol swab. Discard the swab. Pick up the syringe and remove the needle cap. With the syringe held upright, pull the plunger back until the end of the plunger is at the mark of your dose, which in this example is 20 units. There is now air in the syringe. Check the insulin bottle to ensure you have the correct type of insulin. With the insulin bottle held firmly on a counter or tabletop, insert the needle through the rubber cap into the bottle. Diabetes Patient Education Push the plunger down so that the air goes from the syringe into the bottle. Turn the bottle upside down so that the air in it is at the top. With the tip of the needle kept in the liquid, pull the plunger back to your dose. If any air bubbles are in the syringe, push the plunger back in and draw up the dose again. Remove the syringe and needle from the bottle. Do not let the needle touch anything else until it touches your skin for the injection. Wipe the skin of the chosen injection site with an alcohol swab and let the skin dry. Pinch up the skin and put the needle fully through the skin at an 80 to 90 degree angle and push the plunger down completely. Discard the syringe and attached needle into a puncture-proof container and replace the container's screw cap. Diabetes Patient Education Instead of a puncture-proof container you can purchase a special "Sharps" container with a hinged lid to store your used syringes and needles. * When your storage or "Sharps" container is 3/4 full, dispose of it according to the policies of your local authorities. The recommended sites for insulin injections are shown. Change the place of each injection by moving a couple of inches from the previous site. By doing this, you can stay in one general area for several days. Diabetes Patient Education
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program. Merck Africa Diabetes Day - Every Day is Diabetes Day.
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program. Merck Jakarta Diabetes Day - Every Day is Diabetes Day. #MerckDiabetesTips - Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in Marathi
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Empowering diabetes patients to feel like they can change their health is the goal of Project Dulce, an innovative program in San Diego that has been held up as a national model. It combines peer counseling, guidance from physicians and monitoring technology to help people avoid serious complications, improve their health and reduce care costs. Special correspondent Cat Wise reports.
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program. Merck Jakarta Diabetes Day - Every Day is Diabetes Day. #MerckDiabetesTips - Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in Hindi
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Medical Coding Training on Patient Education on Diabetes http://www.cco.us/cco-yt Patient Education on Diabetes – This was a really interesting question. I thought it was a lot of fun when I read this because I could see the coder rolling her eyes thinking, “What are you thinking?” Q: We have a client with type-1 diabetes and I get 3 encounter forms a day for when this nurse gives the client her insulin and every time she marks the box for administering insulin (which is the proper thing to do) and also marks the 98960 box for patient education. I am assuming this is like a home-health type visit and I did home health for a long time and you have the RN’s notes and you have the nurse’s notes. And like everything else, if it’s not written down, it’s not done. Sounds like this nurse wanted to make sure get credit for everything she was doing. I have a question: the nurses here at our facility do education/training self- management with our clients, which are children and type-1 diabetes. Again, especially for children and the parents, a lot of trainings involved in there. She went on to say this nurse is pushing 98960 for every nurse visit note times 3 a day. I don’t think we can bill 3 times a day every single day, this kid is in our care for her education of diabetes. Can we? Our clients are her for 6-9 months. That’s an awful lot of patient education on diabetes? A: Let’s look at the code itself first. 98960 - Education and training for patient self-management by a qualified, nonphysician health care professional using a standardized curriculum, face-to-face with the patient (could include caregiver/family) each 30 minutes; individual patient – there are other codes for additional patients. A physician or other health care professional provides education and training to a patient on how to manage a disease, injury, or other health problem – this is a guideline that are right before the 98960 codes, so the manual they’ll have specific guidelines related to following codes and then it will have more guidelines listed. So that’s where I got this information. Get more medical coding training, medical coding tips, medical coding certification and free medical coding webinars at http://www.cco.us/cco-yt
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This film presents education camps dedicated to children with type 1 diabetes in Mali
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Loyola Medicine offers a diabetes education program that is recognized by the American Diabetes Association. Our staff is made up of certified diabetes educators, both nurses and dietitians who work alongside our endocrinologists to provide comprehensive evaluation and treatment of diabetes. To schedule an appointment, please call 708-216-8563.
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Hear a personal story about how a community diabetes education program helped a woman learn to better manage her diabetes medications. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://streaming.cdc.gov/vod2.php?id=1241f02bcf492446f0552a6dd1166edf20130306101105062
Created on July 24, 2013 This video features a community health worker talking about her experience using the National Eye Health Education Program's "Diabetes and Healthy Eyes Toolkit"
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Description Chuck is a pharmacist and Patty is a nurse They work together with your doctor to help train you to manage diabetes
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Diabetes Education Program --The Medical Center's 90 Seconds to Better Health
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Full story: http://bit.ly/latinodiabetesemory | Spanish-language diabetes education video aimed at Latinos with diabetes. In segment 2, "Alimentese, saludablemente" ("Eat healthy"), diabetics discuss how they've made changes to their diet while at the same time still enjoying popular Latino foods. Background "Viva mas y major con su diabetes bajo control!" Live longer and better with your diabetes under control! It's the title and focus of a new video produced by the Emory Latino Diabetes Education Program (ELDEP) aimed at empowering patients to live their healthiest by controlling their diabetes. The video, which took two years to complete, is the brainchild of Guillermo E. Umpierrez, MD, professor of medicine, Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism at Emory University School of Medicine, and chief of Diabetes and Endocrinology at Grady Memorial Hospital. "In places where diabetes education in Spanish is unavailable, this tool will provide patients living with diabetes with critically important information about diabetes self-management," says Umpierrez. To obtain copies of the Viva mas y major... con su diabetes bajo control! DVD or for more information on the Emory Latino Diabetes Education Program, please call 404-778-1697 or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Related Information "Emory Latino Diabetes Education Program Releases New Video to Empower Patients" (News Release, 4/10/2009) http://shared.web.emory.edu/whsc/news/releases/2009/04/emory-latino-diabetes-education-program-video.html
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CDR approved Diabetes Educators program for Health Care Professionals
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Merck Foundation -Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in French
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Ms Niti Munjal - Dietician & Diabetes Educator Ms Niti Munjal is one of the founding members of RxOcean.com. She has done her post graduation diploma in dietetics and nutrition from Mysore University and fellowship in applied nutrition from Apollo Hospitals followed by Diabetes Educator course from IADE & DMDEA (Indian Association of Diabetes Educators & Dr Mohan Diabetes Education Academy). Niti has spent last 6 years helping people improve their health and fitness by choosing right food both in quantity and quality. Leading a team of nutritionists, she along with associated doctors counsels people on how to lose weight, gain weight and live healthy. Along with managing operations of RxOcean.com, she in the past has been associated with organizations like DSM (Dutch Nutraceuticals Company) as a nutritionist helping implement health program for employees. Her role involved coaching employees on how to stay fit and healthy along with ensuring that existing vendor provides nutritious and hygienic food to the employees. She has also been associated with corporates and schools like EVOK, DPS and Mothers Pride in NCR to lecture on health topics related to women health and general healthy living. Her association with food catering organizations like 'Blue Broccoli & Olives' helping provide calorie counted meals to their customers as well as other caterers like ‘The Spice Route’ and ‘Eat Well Humesha’ has been another innovative initiative towards healthy living. Niti is empanelled with Dr Lal Pathlabs as a Dietician and Diabetes Educator and works with their patients in Gurgaon & Delhi to devise Diabetic diets for weight loss and overall Diabetes Management. She features in leading dailies and reputed health magazines and writes health blogs / articles and also answers diet queries on Radio Indigo (FM 91.9 in Bangalore) . Based out of Gurgaon, she travels extensively to Chandigarh, Amritsar, Ludhiana, Jalandhar, Delhi and Bangalore to cater to her clientele.
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program-Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in Bahasa
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Diabetes educator Allyson Watts, RN and program participant Jim Odegaard discuss how the program helped improve his health and manage his diabetes in this HealthQuest show about the certified Diabetes Education Program at Skagit Valley Hospital in Mount Vernon, WA.
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DESMOND is a name that crops up frequently in the world of diabetes. Sometimes it's associated with myths and misconceptions. So, to put the record straight, who are we? And what do we actually do? What is DESMOND DESMOND is the name of a 'family' of patient education programmes and related Educator training, which have been developed by a collaborative of NHS organisations, and which have a co-ordinating centre hosted by University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. NHS Organisation So DESMOND is first and foremost an NHS organisation which supports other NHS organisations to deliver first class patient education to people with Type 2 diabetes, or who are at risk of diabetes. We are very proud of the way in which our team, originally a research initiative, has become well-established and successful in helping to improve the care which people with diabetes can expect to receive from our National Health Service. DESMOND National Office T: +44 0116 258 5881 F: +44 0116 2586165 E: email@example.com - Website Administrator
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The West Toronto Diabetes Education Program (WTDEP) is a comprehensive Diabetes Education Program that has been in operation since 2002. It is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. With its dedication and commitment towards healthy community living we have Nurse Educators and Registered Dietitians at the following locations: 365 Evans Avenue, Ste 201 Access Alliance CHC (340 College Street) Access Alliance West (761 Jane Street, Ste 200B) Four Villages CHC (1700 Bloor St. West) Four Villages CHC (3446 Dundas St. West) Stonegate CHC (150 Berry Road) East Mississauga CHC (2555 Dixie Road) The main goal of the program is to improve the quality of life of clients living with type 2 Diabetes, or those at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. We offer a variety of FREE programs designed to encourage physical activity, and to educate clients and community members on how to manage their diabetic condition. You do not need a doctors referral to attend our program. Each class is faciliated by qualified instructor. Some of the activities occur at LAMP CHC, while others occur at various facilities throughout South Etobicoke and at our Partner sites. For more information about The West Toronto Diabetes Education Program please visit: http://www.lampchc.org/diabetes or Call: 416.252.1928
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This video content is not intended for US/Canadian audiences. Merck Capacity Advancement Program-Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in French
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5,000 people are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every day in america. 95% of them go without diabetes education. We want to change that. Check out our blog on this topic for further reading: http://bit.ly/2u5Emz8 ---- Follow Us Online: Website: http://kingfit.org Twitter: http://twitter.com/kingfitusa Facebook: http://facebook.com/kingfitusa Instagram: http://instagram/com/kingfitusa ---- Transcript: "Living a healthy lifestyle can seem complicated and overwhelming. We may understand one small piece of the healthy lifestyle puzzle like the fact that we need to be moving more than we are sitting, but we could be missing key pieces of information. There is just too much information out there to understand everything as an everyday person. Luckily, Dr. Joeseph Mercola has created nine basic principles that will help you create a healthy human body environment and influence your body to start its healing process bringing you back to optimal health. Dr. Mercola is the founder of Mercola.com which is the most popular natural health website on the internet. He's a physician who has treated over 25,000 patients across the world using healthy lifestyle as medicine and preventing or reversing chronic illness. As far as resources go, you can't find a better one. Principle #1: Drink Pure Water Our body is made up of mostly water. Get rid of the pop, sports drinks, and fruit juice, drink more water. Principle #2: Eat Your Veggies A few ways to do this, salads, juicing or smoothies, fermenting and sprouting. Principle #3: Burn Fat for Fuel Healthy fats are a good thing! We choose healthy fats over processed carbs all day every day. Principle #4: Exercise Less and Gain More Benefits Are you willing to exercise at higher intensities if you only have to do it for 10 minutes? When combined with more standing, and small movements throughout the day, this routine can work magic! Principle #5: Enjoy the Sun and Get Your Vitamin D! Quote “Truly, the health benefits of vitamin D are so astounding that I strongly believe optimizing its levels may be one of the most important things you can do to improve and maintain your health.” Principle #6: Let Your Gut Flourish The only thing you need to know is that your gut has more neurons than your brain. It has such an impact on your mood that choosing to destroy it with the M.A.D is choosing to be more depressed. Principle #7: Clean Your Brain with Sleep Create a consistent schedule, turn off the electronics, and keep it cool. Sleep benefits need no explanation. Principle #8: Go Barefoot The earth is electric, so are our bodies. We need to connect more. And Principle #9: Avoid These Six False Health Foods: Processed Whole Grains, Natural Sweeteners, Unfermented Soy Products, Vegetable Oils, Most Types of Fish, And Conventional Yogurt. I am not sure if it can get more simple than that! Here’s to happy and healthy living!" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Watch: "Killing Cancer and Creating Affluence | NSNN EP 4" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rghZaj2dS6Q -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Dr. Joan Parambi is board certified in endocrinology, diabetes and metabolism. Watch her answer frequently asked questions about diabetes. She also provides useful tips about managing and preventing this complex disease. Endocrinology and Diabetes Care http://www.dchweb.org/specialties-services/diabetes-care-programs Dr. Joan Parambi - http://www.dchweb.org/find-doctor/joan-parambi-md Ask Our Doctors – Dr. Joan Parambi – Diabetes & Endocrinology Education 00:31 What is diabetes? 00:47 What are type 1 and type 2 diabetes? 01:07 Who gets diabetes? 01:40 What is pre-diabetes? 02:06 What are pre-diabetes symptoms? 02:48 What is an endocrinologist? 03:22 Is diabetes hereditary? 04:10 Does Doctors Community Health System have free education programs? 04:25 What is the top misunderstood fact about diabetes? 05:06 Can diabetes be prevented? 05:26 How can diabetes be treated? 06:24 How can I prevent diabetes? 07:17 What other problems can diabetes cause? 07:55 Do I have to monitor my blood sugar levels? If so, how and how often? 09:02 How can Doctors Community Health System help people who have diabetes?
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Through a grant from the Hampton Roads Community Foundation, the Chesapeake Care Clinic is helping more than 200 low-income Chesapeake residents manage their diabetes. One participant shares how she’s successfully learning to control the disease.
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