6 dangerous pills for diabetes

Illegal diabetes products are often labeled as dietary supplements, alternative medicine, ayurvedic, or homeopathic. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warns consumers to avoid such products. “Bogus products for diabetes are particularly troubling,” says Gary Coody, R.Ph., national health fraud coordinator for FDA. “People with chronic or incurable diseases may feel desperate and become easy prey. There are effective options available to help manage this serious disease rather than exposing patients to unproven and risky products.” Effective options for diabetes and pre-diabetes include diet, exercise, and prescription medications.
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John Chick: Giving diabetes the boot

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The TORONTO , Aug. 22, 2013 /CNW/ – CFL player John Chick sets up 9-year-old Jack, a football fan with type 1 diabetes, for field goal victory. The defensive end, who also lives with the disease and wears an insulin pump on the field, is helping to Kick Diabetes with Sun Life Financial to raise awareness for diabetes research and management. Image with caption: “CFL player John Chick sets up 9-year-old Jack, a football fan with type 1 diabetes, for field goal victory. The defensive end, who also lives with the disease and wears an insulin pump on the field, is helping to Kick Diabetes with Sun Life Financial to raise awareness for diabetes research and management.
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