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American Diabetes Advocates (ADA) has only one mission, advocacy. We fight for people with diabetes in your local city and in state capitols and in our courts. The number of Americans with diabetes continues to increase, according to CDC's most recent National Diabetes Fact Sheet. So does the number of Americans with prediabetes, a condition that increases their risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, foot complications or Neuropathy, eye complications, skin complications, depression and gingivitis disease or tooth and bone loss. American Diabetes Advocates is dedicated to changing the impact of diabetes - how doctors treat diabetes, how diabetics understand their disease, how it is viewed around the world, and how the future of this disease plays out. Most diabetes patients still do not understand or appreciate the degree to which diabetes affects one's health or how many complications are connected with the illness. Compared to the general population, people living with diabetes have death rates from heart disease and stroke that are two to four times higher.  Deaths from heart disease in women with diabetes have increased 23% over the past 30 years, compared to a 27% decrease in women without diabetes.

ADA aims to combat the diabetes epidemic by:

  • Improving access to health cares and eliminates discrimination against people with diabetes.
  • Increasing awareness to prevention, treatment , remission of type 2 diabetes and cure diabetes
  • Helping reduce or eliminate your diabetic medications - permanently - including insulin!
  • Helping return your metabolic levels such as A1C levels to NORMAL within 90 days!
  • Improving your health and the increased quality of your life within 21 days!
7 States Where Diabetes Prevalence Is the Highest
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The Connection between Diabetes and Bone Health
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Through new technology, a recent study identified increased risk of bone ... "People with Type 2 diabetes have more fractures than those without ...
Over-40s given diabetes warning
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One in five cases of Type 1 diabetes are diagnosed in the over-40s, new figures suggest, prompting warnings that people may become seriously ill ...
Strict blood pressure control won't stem mental decline, study says
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Discouraging news for diabetics who are keen to ward off memory problems and keep their brains in peak condition: New research has found that ...
Study ties nuts to lower cancer, heart death risk
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She led the study, published in Thursday's New England Journal of Medicine. ... to lower risks of heart disease, diabetes, colon cancer and other maladies.
Gastric bypass may not keep diabetes away
Newstalk ZB
The operations also reduced symptoms of type-two diabetes, but the disease recurred in some patients further down the track despite the weight loss.
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"Once you have diabetes, the mortality outcome is the same, regardless of race," Dr. Ma told Medscape Medical News. "Therefore, diabetes prevention is key to ...
Diabetes continues to spread around the world
They go on to say that this latest edition of the Diabetes Atlas "carries a bitter but ... "The good news for all of this is diabetes is imminently treatable, with cheap ...
10% of the world is going to suffer from diabetes by 2035
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By the end of this year, the IDF estimates that 382 million people will have diabetes around the world, CBS News reported. By 2035, that number will skyrocket to ...
Eating grains boosts risk of diabetes and Alzheimer's disease, say ...
... that Alzheimer's disease may actually be considered a third type of diabetes, ... incidences of Type 1 diabetes, according to News Medical on November 14.
Diabetes spreading at alarming rate throughout Asia
Catholic Online
Type 2 diabetes is frequently seen as the result of obesity, junk food and inactivity. The spread of this chronic condition has hit the Asian continent especially ...
Study Says Traditional Diabetes Treatment Not Effective
Nearly one out of every three children born in 2002 will develop diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Those numbers are prompting a series of efforts to combat obesity. Health correspondent Betty Ann Bowser reports.
High rate of amputations in diabetics
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Latest statistics from Diabetes UK show that Southampton and Hampshire have ... Jill Steaton, spokeswoman from Diabetes UK, added: "It is really good news ...
'Catastrophe' as 114 million Chinese suffer diabetes thanks to economic boom
South China Morning PostAbout 11.6 per cent of adults in mainland China, or 114 million people, suffer from diabetes, a comprehensive nationwide survey on the disease shows. It means that almost one in three diabetes sufferers globally is in China, a development one world expert ...
Soft drink linked to diabetes and strokes
YOUNGSTERS who drink more than one can of soft drink a day are more likely to succumb to type 2 diabetes, heart disease or a stroke, according to a new study. The Telethon Institute for Child Health Research in Perth has followed the health of more ...
Diabetes biggest killer in India, numbers rising alarmingly
Business Standard
A Confederation of Indian industry 'National White Paper on Insights from Multi Stakeholder Consultation- Management and Care of Diabetes in India' was also released at the summit which focused on the theme of "Strengthening Policies for Diabetes Care".
Rising cost of diabetes in America
(CNN) -- Dr. John Anderson isn't surprised by the rapidly growing cost of diabetes in America. New research from the American Diabetes Association shows the total cost of diabetes was $245 billion in 2012 -- a 41% increase from the $174 billion spent ...
Women Less Satisfied with Sex
MedPage Today
Diabetes mellitus is an established risk factor for sexual dysfunction in men; this study examined the relationship of diabetes to sexual function in middle-age and older women. Note that the study found that diabetes is associated with worse overall sexual ...
How overeating leads to diabetes and obesity
Newstrack India
Washington, October 18 (ANI): Overeating can cause a malfunction in brain insulin signalling, and lead to obesity and diabetes, according to new research from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Christoph Buettner, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine ...
Is Alzheimer's A Fourth Type Of Diabetes?
Fox News
People with diabetes have a higher risk of dementia. But could dementia actually be a type of diabetes? Some researchers say yes. The disease that affects millions of Americans -- Alzheimer's -- is actually "type 3" diabetes, not a separate condition ...
Obese teens likely to turn out impotent men
New York Daily News
"We were surprised to observe a 50 percent reduction in testosterone in this (latest) paediatric study because these obese males were young and were not diabetic," Dandona, professor of medicine at Buffalo and head, Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes ...
Diabetes mellitus may boost pancreatic cancer risk
Food Consumer
Friday July 27, 2012 ( -- A person living with type 2 diabetes mellitus may be at 80 percent increased risk of developing pancreatic cancer, compared to those who do not have the disease, according to a retrospective cohort study published ...

The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) and the American College of Endocrinology (ACE) do not endorse A1C criteria for pre-diabetes or for those patients at risk for diabetes. AACE/ACE do support an A1C of 5.5% to 6.4% as a screening test for prediabetes if it leads to measurement of a fasting glucose level or performance of a glucose tolerance test for diagnosis.

ADA is recommending the use of a new term in diabetes management, estimated average glucose, or eAG. Health care providers can now report A1C results to ...
Diabetes Can Affect Your Sex Life
Most people are aware that diabetes contributes to heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, blindness and renal failure. It's a progressive disease that can debilitate one's body, organ by organ, when left out of control. ...
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BRUSSELS, 14 NOVEMBER - World Diabetes Day 2011 marks the release of the International Diabetes Federation's 5th edition of the Diabetes Atlas.  New figures indicate that the number of people living with diabetes is expected to rise from 366 million in 2011 to 552 million by 2030, if no urgent action is taken. This equates to approximately three new cases every ten seconds or almost ten million per year. IDF also estimates that as many as 183 million people are unaware that they have diabetes.
9 out of 10 Physicians Feel Mood Disorders Negatively Impact Diabetes Care ...
MarketWatch (press release)
WALTHAM, MA, Nov 02, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- A new study of over 5000 clinicians by QuantiaMD, the largest mobile and online physician community, explores the top challenges in diabetes patient care. In the study, clinicians shed light on the ...
One person drops dead from diabetes every 7 seconds
Catholic Online
Cash-strapped governments have balked at finding new money, although the cost of inaction may be even greater, with annual health care spending on diabetes alone now put at $465 billion. "The International Diabetes Federation's latest Atlas data are ...
Insulin Treatment Associated with Higher Mortality Rates
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)
A recent study that analyzed over 3400 French adults over a period of 14 years found that those with Type 2 diabetes who received insulin treatment had a significantly increased risk of death as reported by ...
Metabolic risk factors may increase diabetes risk in obese individuals
Private MD
Obesity may be one of the leading causes of type 2 diabetes, but only some overweight individuals end up receiving positive HbA1c tests indicating they have the metabolic condition. A new study explains that the presence of other metabolic risk factors ...
Type 2 diabetes patients face cancer risk
The latest research was carried out as part of University of Western Australia's long-running Free mantle Diabetes. The group of people were recruited for the study in the mid-1990s and checked to see how many developed cancer. ...

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United States and Global Diabetes Population

In the US, 9.3% of the population has Type II diabetes.  This represents about 29.1 million people.  An additional 114 million people have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes (29% of the US population).  In 2012, 1.9 million new cases of diabetes were diagnosed in people aged 20 years and older. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of the death in the United States. States with the largest increases over the 16-year period were Oklahoma, up 226 percent; Kentucky, up 158 percent; Georgia, up 145 percent; Alabama, up 140 percent, Washington, up 135 percent, and West Virginia, up 131 percent, according to the study published in CDC's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

It is estimated that 382 million people in the world have diabetes, making it the 5th leading cause of death worldwide. Among countries with the largest incidence of diabetes, China is the leader, and the South Pacific island country of Nauru is 30% diabetic. The IDF expects that number to rise to 592 million by 2035, when one in every 10 people will have the disease.

  • On average. a person is newly diagnosed with diabetes every 17 seconds.
  • Diabetes kills more people each year than breast cancer and AIDS combined.
  • Diabetes kills 1 person every 6 seconds, with cases expected to rise 55%.

While drugs can be used to treat the symptoms of diabetes, there is an all-natural protocol to better treat the disease for improved overall health.  If you think you might be at risk for this disease, or have already been diagnosed with diabetes, American Diabetes Advocates can help. 

Financial costs of diabetes: The CDC estimates the cost of diabetes iii the U.S. was $194 billion in 2011 and will increase to more than $250 billion in 2014. This is unsustainable, with many predictions that the epidemic will impact one out of three Americans by mid-century. Diabetes treatment, including medications and monitoring supplies, costs each patient about $11,700 annually. If he or she develops one diabetic complication, such as retinopathy, the individual cost rises to an average of $20,700 per year.  The U.S. in the coming decades, diabetes care will place a major burden on the economy.

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