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menopause and diabetes

What should you know about menopause and diabetes?

Posted on June 17, 2024

There’s no doubt that cases of diabetes are on the rise. In fact, experts predict that by the year 2050, one in every three adults in the United States could suffer from this chronic disease that disrupts hormones, affects how the body reacts to food and sugars (glucose), and can lead to obesity, heart disease and stroke […]

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T2D and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD)

Posted on May 30, 2024

Diabetes is a serious condition that not only causes hormonal and blood sugar imbalances, but can also damage nerves, blood vessels and other organs. Common side effects of diabetes include poor circulation, non-healing foot and leg ulcers, vision loss, kidney damage and liver disease.   At Texas Diabetes & Endocrinology (TD&E), our board-certified endocrinology experts treat diabetes and help […]

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What’s the link between osteoporosis and the gut biome? 

Posted on May 14, 2024

May is Osteoporosis Awareness Month. This condition, marked by severely weakened bones, is one that our board-certified endocrinologists treat daily here at Texas Diabetes & Endocrinology (TD&E). While it is commonly known that calcium helps to strengthen bones and protect against osteoporosis, new research shows that good gut health (or the gut biome) can also play a large […]

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Overcoming the Odds: T2D Patient’s Journey to Marathon Success

Posted on April 29, 2024

Adopting the philosophy of ‘mind over matter’ can have a powerful impact on many aspects of life. In many instances of illness or injury, people can often conjure up herculean efforts to boost their physical and mental well-being, alongside therapeutic intervention, to overcome a medical or health challenge.  This is something that our 52-year-old patient […]

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