Beating the Blood Sugar Blues

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American Diabetes Association, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 159 pages
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Understanding, treating, and preventing hypoglycemia

The prevention and treatment of low blood sugar is a key factor in living a healthy life with diabetes and avoiding diabetes-related complications. The authors, both of whom have had type I diabetes for more than 50 years, give a thorough and complete guide to understanding, preventing, and treating hypoglycemia. Interspersed throughout Beating the Blood Sugar Blues are personal stories from doctors and patients.

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The Risks of Highs and Lows
Checking Your Levels
Your Batting Average

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About the author (2001)

Thomas A. Lincoln, M.D., was medical director of the health division of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

John A. Eaddy, M.D., is a professor and deputy chairman of the department of family medicine at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and director of the University of Tennessee Diabetes Center.

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