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The Good Bacteria
Last week I wrote about some of the dangers of overuse and misuse of antibiotics: they create resistance among the disease causing bacteria and make antibiotics less effective in saving lives. There is an equally important second reason, however. The … Read More
“The Hip Bone Is Connected To The Thigh Bone.”
Our bodies are beautiful machines that evolved over millions of years to keep us alive and healthy. My practice requires me to do a lot of studying about the human body. I am continually amazed as I come into contact … Read More
The Continuous Glucose Monitor and Type 2 Diabetes.
The latest marketing campaign directed at Type 2 diabetics is intended to sell them continuous glucose monitors (CGM’s). Since there are estimated to be over 30 million Americans with Type 2 diabetes, there are a lot of potential customers. For … Read More
The Medtronic Insulin Pump Lawsuits Are Beginning.
If you read these posts with any regularity, you know my 10 year old grandson is a Type 1 diabetic. He just “celebrated” his “diaversary,” marking 7 years since his diagnosis on the Labor Day weekend in 2013. He manages … Read More
When Will Congress Protect The American People?
If you needed any further proof of the corrosive effect of unlimited corporate money in politics, look no further than the scandalous profits being made by the big drug companies. Drug companies are rolling in profits. They make these profits … Read More
How the U.S. Health System Puts Diabetics in Danger
“How the U.S. health-care system puts people with diabetes in danger” is the title of an article which appeared today in the Washington Post. The author is an ICU physician who sees and treats diabetics when they become critically ill … Read More
Big Pharma and You.
Forgive me for getting on my insulin soapbox again. Because of my young grandson’s Type 1 diabetes, I am very interested in all things Type 1 related. I am especially interested in what it takes to keep him alive. Every … Read More
Good News for Type 1 Diabetics!
Last week I wrote about one of the problems facing Type 1 diabetics: the ever increasing cost of the insulin they need to stay alive. Today, I am writing about some good news that may reduce the need for insulin. … Read More
Insulin Makers Should Be Ashamed of Themselves
If you have been following our blog, you know that my 8 year old grandson is a Type 1 diabetic and has been for 5 years now. Unlike Type 2 diabetes, no amount of weight loss or diet or lifestyle … Read More
End The Drug Price Disgrace
Happy New Year. As I have mentioned before, my grandson was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when he was only 3. He is now 7 and doing well. I am hoping that the new year brings more advances in the … Read More