The statistics are staggering: More than 21 million people in the United States have diabetes and more than 54 million have prediabetes. Don't become a statistic-make the decision today to educate yourself about how to prevent, live with, and control this disease. In The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Diabetes, Dr. S. Sethu Reddy shares insights, discoveries, and inspiring patient stories from his career as one of America's foremost authorities on diabetes. Inside you'll find advice to help you: Understand the risk factors and minimize the likelihood of developing diabetes Discover the newest treatments with the most positive outcomes and the fewest side effects Get the facts about diet and exercise and how they can not only improve your condition, but also boost the efficacy of your medication Learn about the latest breakthrough studies, and what those discoveries mean for the future of this disease Find inspiration and encouragement from the stories of people who now live a normal life with this chronic illness Cleveland Clinic is ranked consistently among the top hospitals in America by U.S. News & World Report. Its endocrinology department regularly produces cutting-edge diabetes research, and its Diabetes Self-Management Program was recertified in 2007 by the American Diabetes Association. Book jacket.
Reddy, S. Sethu K.
The Cleveland Clinic guide to diabetes
New York :, Kaplan Pub.,, c2009
ix, 196 p. ;,23 cm
Statement of Responsibility:
S. Sethu Reddy
What is diabetes?
Symptoms of diabetes
The major risk factors
Short-term complications of diabetes
Long-term complications of diabetes
Controlling your diabetes
Diabetes and nutrition
Exercising without (much) pain
Combat : medicines that fight diabetes
The future of diabetes treatment
Branch Call Number:
616.462 R313c 2009