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A good way to MoTo-Move is to start off each day with tai chi stretches. These movements help loosen us up, awaken our biological engines and sharpen our minds for the activities of the day. The following is a group of movements that can be done daily or whenever you need to unwind, relax, stretch and chill out.
Medications can be a big part of diabetes treatment but how do we know which medication to take? We can ask our doctor and hope that they have experience with the medication they are prescribing. We could scour the internet to find "honest" reviews of each medication but how do we get past all the marketing jargon to find real results? RateRx from HealthTap is trying to solve this problem.
Some of you might be reading this from a place where shorts and T-shirts prevail and the concept of layering to keep warm is more or less vague. We had eighteen inches of snow fall yesterday just a few blocks from the mighty Atlantic Ocean in a small one-square mile town on the New Jersey coast. Every so often we get hit with a winter nor’easter similar to a summer master-of-the-universe hurricane.
This list of presentations is designed to be a resource for people with diabetes, health care professionals, diabetes educators, and students. These presentations can be downloaded but the original authors should be referenced if used elsewhere.