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[IP] Diabetes E-News Now!....Managing Stress Could Help Control Blood Sugar



I sunscribe to this e-newsletter. Thought some of you might be interested in
some of the articles below.  Frankly...I am still looking for a good stress
managing remedy \


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From: "American Diabetes Association E-News Editor" <email @ redacted>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 3:13 AM
Subject: Diabetes E-News Now!....Managing Stress Could Help Control Blood
Sugar


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> THIS WEEK'S ISSUE INCLUDES:
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> A MESSAGE FROM THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION...
> Get the Diabetes Information You Want!
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> IN THE NEWS...
> Diabetes Care Not Linked to Learning Problems
> Managing Stress Could Help Control Blood Sugar
> Mothers Who Smoke Could Create Diabetes Risk
> Florida Newborns Offered Diabetes Screening
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> COMMUNITY AND RESOURCES...
> TEAM DIABETES is the Adventure of a Lifetime
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> ONLINE SHOPPING...
> The Commonsense Guide to Weight loss for People with Diabetes
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> A MESSAGE FROM THE AMERICAN DIABETES ASSOCIATION...
> Get the Diabetes Information You Want!
> Did you know that by registering with the ADA Web site, diabetes.org, we
can provide you with information that is most interesting to you?  Simply
> click on the link below.  Once you have chosen your username and password,
please take a few moments to tell us what type of diabetes information you
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> IN THE NEWS...
> Diabetes Care Not Linked to Learning Problems
> Researchers at the University of Iowa have good news for children with
type 1 diabetes.  A recent study conducted there found that children with
type 1 diabetes do not experience any learning problems from their diabetes
treatments.  The findings, which counter earlier research linking diabetes
treatment to learning troubles, appear in the January issue of the journal
Pediatrics.
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> To learn more, click here:
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> Managing Stress Could Help Control Blood Sugar
> Stress has often been associated with elevated blood sugar in people with
diabetes, but until now, there have been no large clinical studies exploring
how stress management therapy might help people with the disease control
their blood sugar.  New research reported by Richard Surwit, PhD., and a
team from the Duke University Medical Center, found that people with type 2
diabetes that incorporate stress management into their daily lives can
significantly improve blood sugar control.  The study was published in the
January, 2002 issue of Diabetes Care.
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> To learn more, click here:
http://www.you-click.net/GoNow/a16366a50239a99496037a1
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> Mothers Who Smoke Could Create Diabetes Risk
> Recent research from the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden finds
another reason for people not to smoke.  The children of women who smoke
during pregnancy could be at greater risk of developing type 2 diabetes and
obesity later in life, according to the new study published in this month's
British Medical Journal.
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> To learn more, click here:
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> Florida Newborns Offered Diabetes Screening
> Florida will soon be the first U.S. state to offer every newborn a chance
to be screened for risk of type 1 diabetes. A voluntary program funded by a
$10 million endowment created by the American Diabetes Association, the new
initiative will identify babies at high risk for the disease and continue to
monitor them throughout their lives.  The program will be based at the
University of Florida College of Medicine and become available within 1 1/2
years.
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> To learn more, click here:
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> COMMUNITY AND RESOURCES...
> TEAM DIABETES is the Adventure of a Lifetime.
> A marathon is about much more than the challenge of individual physical
endurance. More than a test of mental strength. It's a life-changing event.
A milestone of personal achievement. And a celebration of the human spirit.
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> To learn more about TEAM DIABETES and upcoming marathons, click here:
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> ONLINE SHOPPING...
> The Commonsense Guide to Weight loss for People with Diabetes
> Stay true to your new year resolution. Let this guide help you plan and
stay on track so you can meet your weight loss goals. Lose the weight you
want and keep it off for good without putting your health in danger.
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