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The Gut in Diabetes: Side Effects of Stomach Problems

Many people have heard of celiac disease, gastroparesis and pancreatitis. But do you know about SBBO? It stands for “small bowel bacterial overgrowth,” and it’s characterized by a buildup of bacteria in the intestines. SBBO doesn’t usually show up on … Continue reading

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Gastroparesis and Diabetes: Another Aspect of Neuropathy

Patients with long standing diabetes usually have some evidence of damage to the nervous system, or neuropathy.  If you have neuropathy you may be familiar with pain, tingling, numbness or loss of feeling in the feet or hands (called peripheral … Continue reading

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Back in Sandals? Check Your Feet!

Bright reds, yellows, aquas with ankle straps and pretty buckles or maybe a sensible Birkenstock in neutral tan: it’s getting to be sandal season again. There’s nothing finer than feeling a gently warm breeze between your toes on a glorious … Continue reading

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