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Diabetic Bulimia: Woman Misused Insulin To Lose Weight

Some female patients with Type 1 diabetes choose to not regulate their insulin as a way to keep their weight down. This is a disturbing and possibly deadly new trend. Guests Erin Akers and Dawn Lee join host Nancy Redd to discuss.

Diabulimia

Full Segment: Some female patients with Type 1 diabetes choose to not regulate their insulin as a way to keep their weight down. This is a disturbing and possibly deadly new trend.

Doctors Suggest Moving More Can Prevent Type-2 Diabetes

Doctors may help patients reduce their risk for type II diabetes with a prescription to sit less and stand up more .

USA Weekend: Is Diabetes in Your Future?

The Doctors have an exciting partnership with USA Weekend magazine as the exclusive medical contributors to its weekly HealthSmart column! Latest: Is diabetes in your future?

Who's Most at Risk for Diabetes?

Is there a chance that you may have diabetes? Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, says that diabetes is an "equal-opportunity illness," but she tells OMG! Insider host Kevin Frazier which groups of people are at greater risk. Thankfully, diabetes may be preventable, and if diagnosed, it's certainly manageable. In fact, we all have the power to make a difference. As Dr. Lewis-Hall says, "Stopping this epidemic is going to be up to you. One person at a time. One choice at a time

The Effects and Consequences of Diabetes

Diabetes is so much more than high blood sugar. It can lead to a variety of debilitating conditions. That's why it's so important to recognize the symptoms of diabetes and its consequences early on, while there's still time to make positive changes. Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, describes some of the effects of diabetes to OMG! Insider host Kevin Frazier, and stresses the importance of getting informed so you can take control of your life.

It's Never Too Early to Discuss Diabetes

With diabetes diagnoses on the rise, it's never too early to discuss what diabetes is and how it can affect your life. Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, talks with Kevin Frazier, host of OMG! Insider, about how diabetes has affected his family. They discuss how important it is to share good habits with your loved ones, and Dr. Lewis-Hall reveals the pivotal moment that showed her how every conversation has the potential to change someone for the better.

5 Things You Need to Know About Diabetes

The incidence of diabetes in the United States is growing at a rapid pace. According to the American Diabetes Association, nearly 26 million people in the U.S. have diabetes. It's time to take your health into your own hands. Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, describes the five things you need to know about diabetes and how you can manage your risk of developing the disease.

Managing Type 2 Diabetes

Bethannie was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 10 years ago and is having trouble managing.

Randy Jackson Talks Type 2 Diabetes

Grammy-award-winning producer and American Idol judge Randy Jackson opens up about life with Type 2 diabetes.

Bathannie Gets Support for Diabetes from an American Idol Judge

Bethannie was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes 10 years ago and is having trouble managing. Grammy-award-winning producer and American Idol judge Randy Jackson surprises Bethannie to show her that she's not alone, and that people can live long, full lives with Type 2 diabetes.

Doctors Examine Why Diabetics Lose Their Vision

Doctors look at how the amount of time a patient has diabetes determines risk for retinopathy and vision loss.

Living with Double Diabetes

Diabetes kills more than all cancers combined. Now, more and more people are being diagnosed with a combination type one and type two! Find out more about double diabetes.

Elizabeth Perkins' Kale Snack Recipe for Diabetics

Learn how actress Elizabeth Perkins changed her diet to manage her diabetes.

The Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes

Actress Elizabeth Perkins, known for her roles in the movie Big and the TV show Weeds, discovered she had Type 1 diabetes after a fasting blood test. Learn how to recognize the symptoms.

Elizabeth Perkins on Diabetes Co-Stars

Learn about the Diabetes Co-stars documentary that actress Elizabeth Perkins is working on with her husband.

Diabetes Danger

Researchers say preventing and treating this disease could save the lives of many diabetes patients.

Bariatric Surgery Reduces Risk of Diabetes

People who are obese can lower their chance for developing type two diabetes by undergoing gastric bypass surgery.

Waist Circumference Linked to Diabetes Risk

Waist circumference is linked to risk of type two diabetes, independent from body mass index.

Diabetes Risk Inspired Weight Loss

Brian Dillahunt explains to Nancy how the threat of diabetes caused him to lose weight.

Prediabetes Linked to Stroke Risk

People with pre-diabetes may be more at risk of having a stroke.

Diabetes Reversal Treatment

One in 400 American children will be diagnosed with type one diabetes ... an irreversible disease. But now scientists say a new vaccine could allow them to break the chain and one day cure diabetes so that patients may never need insulin again.

Diabetic Detector Helps Parents

Detecting diabetes in children can be challenging, but it's very important to save their life.

Diabetes Service Dog

A family is raising money for a service dog that will help alert them to their son's diabetic highs and lows. Amanda Raus reports.

The Benefits and Risks of At Home Dialysis

There is a new option for those who have to go under kidney dialysis that could mean less time in a hospital or doctor's office. Barbara Morse Silva reports.

Insulin T-Shirt Pump

A young girl faced a devastating medical diagnosis- type 1 diabetes. But her mom found a simple way to help her daughter feel normal and stay active.

Growing Number of Kids Developing Type-2 Diabetes

Doctors struggle to determine why type-2 diabetes acts differently in children.

The Paradox of Thin Diabetes Patients

People with type II diabetes who are overweight or obese appear to live longer than thinner or normal weight diabetes patients.

Daycare for Diabetic Children

In a case that raises questions about how far child care workers should be required to go in administering medical care, the parents of a 2-year-old girl with diabetes claim a day care is violating the law.

High Blood Sugar Impacts the Brain

Higher blood sugar levels may impact the brain, even among those who don't have diabetes.
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