If You’re Called Back After a Mammogram. Article date: October 3, 2014 By Stacy Simon Most women who get their routine mammogram will receive a letter within 30 days saying the results were normal.
But if doctors find something suspicious, they’ll call you back – usually within just 5 days – to take new pictures or get other tests. Getting that call can be scary, but a suspicious finding does not mean you have cancer. In fact, less than 10% of women called back for more tests are found to have breast cancer. What else could it be? A suspicious finding may be just dense breast tissue, a cyst, or even a tumor that isn’t cancer. What will happen at the follow-up appointment?
You are likely to have another mammogram called a diagnostic mammogram. You may also have an ultrasound test that uses sound waves to create a computer image of the tissues inside your breasts. In addition, some women will have an MRI. You can expect to learn the results of your tests during the visit. What if I need a biopsy? What if it’s cancer? Daily Nut Consumption Can Help Control Type 2 Diabetes.
Daily Nut Consumption Can Help Control Type 2 Diabetes According to research, eating nuts every day could help control Type 2 diabetes and prevent its complications.
The research reports that consuming two ounces of nuts daily as a replacement for carbohydrates proved effective at glycemic and serum lipid control for people with Type 2 diabetes. “Mixed, unsalted, raw, or dry-roasted nuts have benefits for both blood glucose control and blood lipids and may be used as part of a strategy to improve diabetes control without weight gain,” said lead researcher Dr. pH Paper Strips for Science, Health, Home, Food & More. Cost-Effectiveness of Blood Glucose Test Strips in the Management of Adult Patients with Diabetes Mellitus. From CADTH Technology Overviews, Volume 1, Issue 2, e0102.
June 2010 Adapted from Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health. Cost-Effectiveness of Blood Glucose Test Strips in the Management of Adult Patients with Diabetes MellitusAdd to My Files. (Optimal therapy report; vol.3 no.3). Ottawa: The Agency; 2008.] Introduction Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by the body’s inability to produce sufficient insulin and/or properly use insulin.1 Worldwide, an estimated 285 million people have diabetes, and this number is projected to increase to 438 million by 2030.2 In 2004/2005, approximately 1.8 million (5.5%) Canadians aged 20 years and older had diagnosed diabetes.1 However, it is estimated that 2.8% of the general adult population has undiagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus,7 and the true prevalence of diabetes may approach 2.0 million.3 Objective. Bloodsugar.pdf. 19 tips for stable, steady blood sugar levels.
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The CDC estimates that one third of all Americans will develop diabetes and will live 15 years less and lose quality of life. No public health problem compares in scale.” – Dr. Mehmet Oz According to top medical doctors, nutritionists, scientists, and now even the media type 2 diabetes is a completely reversible condition. Yet, millions of people all over the world are being told that diabetes is “genetic” and that they have to live with it the rest of their life.
But there’s good news! Diabetic Bedtime Snack Ideas. Low blood sugar during the night can be a concern for people with diabetes, especially those on insulin.
A 2003 study published in "Diabetes Care" investigated the impact of snack composition on nightly blood sugars in adults with Type 1 diabetes. The researchers concluded that bedtime snacks consisting of a carbohydrate and protein worked best in preventing low blood sugars when the bedtime blood sugar was less than 126 mg/dL. Most bedtime snacks contain about 15 to 30 g of carbohydrate, or two servings of a carbohydrate-containing food, and a serving of protein. It is not quite understood why protein helps to prevent nightly hypoglycemia, according to the authors of the "Diabetes Care" study, but it is believed to be related to the way protein is metabolized. Cereal and milk provides both carbohydrate and protein. Type 2 Diabetes. Canadian Diabetes Association. Eating nutritious meals and snacks is one of the most important things you can do for your health.
These resources can help you learn more about portion control, meal planning, fats and other facts about diet and nutrition. Displaying 1 - 10 (of 13) This basic resource provides essential nutritional information to people who want to prevent the onset of diabetes or to manage diabetes. Did you know your hands can be very useful in estimating appropriate portions? Use this portion guide when planning a meal to estimate how much you should eat. What Can I Eat If I Have Diabetes. A healthy diet for prediabetes.