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Letter from the Editor #622: Exercise, Sleep, and Eat Your Breakfast!

Apr 19, 2012

Have you ever noticed that when patients get older they become more scared of falling? Many times they will stop their physical activities because of this fear, which is not a good idea for our diabetes patients. Sheri R. Colberg, PhD addresses this issue in her new feature Fall Much? You Need to Exercise More, Not Less, to Prevent Falls.

More of our patients are working odd hours as businesses shift to a 24 hour service and sales mode and this can be a problem for our diabetes patients. This week, Item #7, Shift Work with Less Sleep Sets Stage for Diabetes, discusses the mechanisms that can increase their risk of diabetes, and Item #2 points out the value of low glycemic breakfasts for improved daytime glucose control


Announcements: April 22, 7PM ET on CNBC

Topics: A new documentary explores the challenges of being a parent of a child with diabetes. Plus, tips for spotting hidden carbs, and Dr. Nat Strand answers viewer questions. Sundays on CNBC at 7 PM ET, 6 PM CT, and 4 PM PT. Catch up on

TCOYD Conference and Health Fair, Raleigh Convention Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, Saturday, May 19, 2012

Join Steven Edelman, MD and Featured Speaker, Ben Vereen, (Singer, Dancer, Actor) for a day focused on diabetes education, health and wellness.

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Dave Joffe, Editor-in-chief