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Diabetes affects nearly 30 million peopel in the U.S. today, which is nearly 10% of the population!

Precalence in seniors: The percentage of americans age 65 and older remains high, at 25.9%, or 11.8 million seniors (diagnosed and undiagnosed).

Tips for prevention and management: eating healthy, excercising more, and taking medications correctly. -Participate in 30 minutes of physical activity per day, 5 days a week. This lowers your blood glucose, reduces stress, enhances quality of life, increases your self-esteem, lowers vody fat, and decreases your risk of other health issues.

choose foods lower in fat and higher in fiber, while focusing on fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

Take your medication every day. This prevents complications and helps lower your blood glucose.

The American diabetes Association (ADA) syas that everyone with diabetes should have diabetes self-management education (DSME).

Did you know that DSME is just as effective as the tyope 2 pill, metformin, in lowering blood glucose levels and has no side effects?

DSME helps maintain the changes you have made so you don't slip into old habits.

Diabetic management refers to services including patient assessments, diet information, management of the disease process, medication management and education on all of the above. Services are provided by a Registered Nurse under the supervision of an M.d. Some agencies may employ certified diabetic nurse instructions or cardiac care specialtyu RN's.

People at High Risk of Developing Flu–Related ComplicationsLanguage:

English (US)?EspañolRecommend on Facebook Tweet ShareCompartir Most people who get the flu will have mild illness, will not need medical care or antiviral drugs, and will recover in less than two weeks. Some people, however, are more likely to get flu complications that can result in hospitalization and sometimes death. Pneumonia, bronchitis, sinus infections and ear infections are examples of flu-related complications. The flu also can make chronic health problems worse. For example, people with asthma may experience asthma attacks while they have the flu, and people with chronic congestive heart failure may experience a worsening of this condition triggered by flu. List below are the groups of people who are more likely to get serious flu-related complications if they get sick with influenza.


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