Hi, everybody and thanks for stopping by. This is Part 2 of our look at diabetes, aided by my colleague, endocrinologist Dr. Laura LaFave. Click on Part 1 here if you missed it from last week.
In this part, I’ll cover:
- Risk factors for developing diabetes. (Includes a BMI calculator that you should try).
- Complications of diabetes.
- Tips for reducing your chance of getting diabetes.
Here we go!
Continue reading “Diabetes Part 2 with Dr. Laura LaFave”
Lots of questions from listeners on the show this week and time did not permit me to get to all of them. So nothing fancy in this post. Just quick answers on a range of topics from actual listeners.
If you missed the show, the podcast is here (click the logo) for you to listen to on your computer, phone, or whereever:
Just like on the radio show, I can’t give complete answers to questions here. Always good to check with your own doctor.
Here’s how this post will go. I’ll cover 3 topics in a bit of depth: swollen legs, blood glucose, and recognizing a stroke. Although all are important, I really want you to know the symptoms of stroke so I’ll start with that. At the end I’ll do a few quick “lighting round” questions. Fasten your seatbelts. Continue reading “Quick tips: stroke symptoms, swollen legs, and glucose levels”