1. Complications of Diabetes

    Patients who are non-compliant run the risk of diabetic complications. Diabetes management plans are put into effect by your personal physician to decrease the risk of complications, ill health, and death. A management plan should be thoroughly discussed with your physician when a diabetic diagnosis was first made. Sticking to the right management plan will also ensure that a patient will live a h…Read More

  2. Symptoms of Diabetes

    Diabetes management is made much easier with early detection of the disease. If you are an individual who has many of the risk factors of diabetes, it is best to be examined by your physician immediately. Sometimes, risk factors are not the only sign that diabetes may be present. Some individuals who are diagnosed with diabetes had none of the risk factors, they were seen by their physician based …Read More

  3. Risk Factors of Diabetes

    Understanding diabetes goes far beyond understand the type of disorder you are dealing with. Many people do not understand what puts them at risk for getting diabetes. Others, they just do not ask. It is time that everyone understands that there are things you can do in your life to decrease the overall probability of getting diabetes. Diabetes management is contingent upon decreasing risk factors…Read More

  4. What is Diabetes?

    Diabetes is one of the major health problems within the United States. In the past 50 years it has become a growing problem among all races, genders, social classes, and age brackets. Diabetes can affect anyone at any age. Even though it is a very common problem, some people still do not really understand what this disease is and how it occurs. If you are unsure of the actual disease, how are you …Read More

  5. Causes of Low Testosterone in Men

    Typically we see hypogonadism (low testosterone) among the older population of males. Although that it is the norm, we do see young men that are dealing with low testosterone levels. Testosterone replacement therapy can help offset the decreased production of naturally occurring testosterone. The therapy can also stop or lessen the negative side effects of underproduction. The primary cause of hyp…Read More

  6. Understanding Testosterone

    Testosterone is a hormone that is naturally produced by the male testes. This hormone is strictly regulated by the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, gonadotropin-releasing hormone, and luteinizing hormone. Low testosterone is a medical condition that can affect the overall male health. There are two different sources for testosterone deficiency; primary (testicles are under producing testosterone), o…Read More

  7. Low-T Treatments

    Low testosterone or hypogonadism can only be medically diagnosed by a licensed physician. Testosterone levels can be affected by a number of different factors from congenital, injury, or acquired. If you have concerns you should set up an appointment with your healthcare professional right away. Low testosterone is diagnosed after repeated blood tests that show low serum testosterone numbers. Ther…Read More