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Diabetes impacts the lives of more than 34 million Americans, which adds up to more than 10% of the population. When you consider the magnitude of that number, it’s easy to underst...

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Diabetes mellitus (commonly referred to as diabetes) is a medical condition that is associated with high blood sugar. It results from a lack of, or insufficiency of, the hormone in...

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Do you or someone you know suffer from diabetes? This is a condition in which your body doesn't produce or use adequate amounts insulin to function properly. It can be a debilitati...

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There are some medical conditions that can cause the feet and legs to swell. This can also happen if you spend a lot of time standing on your feet over the course of a short period...

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A small blister or cut from wearing regular shoes can lead to worst problems and may require amputation. Diabetes patients can have nerve damage and become unaware of injury becaus...

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There are many possible causes of a swollen toe. In this article, find out about the different causes and their associated symptoms and treatments. There are 26 bones in the human ...

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Short for TCP/IP Offload Engine, TOE a technology used in NICs (network interface cards) to offload processing of the TCP/IP stack to the network Webopedia is an online dictionary ...

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Anybody else had toe out after a total knee replacement? My operated knee is at 2 o'clock when walking whilst my non operated knee is […] Bienvenidos Learn how to use Mayo Clinic C...

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Our weekly diabetes advice column explains the possible reasons for toes that are turning blue. John, type 1 from Montana, writes: Hello, do you have a newsletter for people with t...

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Are you at risk for diabetes? Did you know that type 2 diabetes can be delayed or prevented? Learn how and find your risk. Diabetes Risk Overview That’s right: If you’re at risk, m...

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