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healthcentral.com — “We have talked about the "Gold Medalists" of Joslin Clinic--those people with diabetes who lived long lives and passed away from natural causes. The beta cells...” View full resource at healthcentral.com
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myhealthnewsdaily.com — “People in the U.S. who don't know they have Type 1 diabetes account for a surprising number of deaths from one complication of the condition, a new study of autopsies shows.” View full resource at myhealthnewsdaily.com
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Diet for diabetes may be different than you thought—20 percent are “type 1.5” | San Francisco acupuncture and Chinese medicine | San Francisco nutrition | Anne Angelone, L.Ac.
expandingqi.com — “Although insulin resistance and type 2 diabetes get pinned on diet and lifestyle choices, in some cases these disorders could be associated with an” View full resource at expandingqi.com
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Ann Bartlett is an expert in balancing traditional, non-traditional, and lifestyle health choices to manage her own health. She has been a practicing massage therapist for 23 years for clients ranging from terminally ill to professional and world-class athletes and is owner of the Body in Balance Center, an integrated wellness practice in Alexandria, VA.
Ms. Bartlett has lived with juvenile diabetes since she was 5 years old. Her father was a founding board member of JDRF. A pilot for TWA, he used his international travels to find Type 1 researchers from around the globe and engage them in collaborative sharing. He successfully fostered relationships in London, TeleViv and Milan and helped create the first international Type 1 diabetes symposium in the mid 70s.
As a result of her parents’ efforts, Ann developed a sense of responsibility for her diabetes care and a love for understanding the body in health and illness. Ann sees the challenges of living with diabetes as a gigantic puzzle for which lifestyle, management and research give clues for fitting the pieces together and keeping her engaged in her long-term health and happiness.
Ann is a former board member of JDRF Capitol Chapter having served 6 years as research information volunteer and outreach chair. Ann was a patient expert for healthcentral.com for 4 years and served as the community leader for type 1 diabetes on healthcentral.com. Ann has been speaking at healthcare industry conferences and patient conferences. Ann also serves as a consultant for Sanofi US diabetes.
EPG Patient Direct is a health website for patients in Europe. It contains a Diabetes Quick Guide, news articles and features.
Diabetes Care. Helping people with diabetes succeed in leading a healthy life.