Sunday, June 17, 2007

New Books on Diabetes Prevention & Treatment

Here is the list of new books about diabetes prevention and treatment.

The books are listed in reversed chronological order (the most recent books are listed first). To get more information about these books, just double-click on the titles below:

Diabetes Living: The Will To Be Well
by Ma, Crc, Christina Staccia (Paperback - Jun 1, 2007)

Book Description:
In our world today, over 300 million people are diagnosed with diabetes. This disease touches all walks of life from babies to senior citizens. According to medical experts the numbers are growing at an alarming rate even as compared to incidents of cancer and heart disease. Diabetes impacts people from all different cultural, ethnic, racialk, gender, socioeconomical backgrounds. In the United States alone over $140 billion a year is spent on medical and insurance costs associated with the disease. In this book you will learn to reduce your risk of diabetes. You will discover ways of avoiding costly complications by remaining healthy year after year. Diabetes Living provides a comprehensive approach to: Understanding the diagnosis and cause of diabetes; Delaying, preventing and/or reversing diabetes; Practical diabetes management tips for both children and adults; Emotionally copying; Avoiding horrible complications; Overcoming challenges; Common sense approaches through case examples; Learning about existing research, upcoming potential cures, and Much, Much More.

The Diabetes Dictionary
by American Diabetes Association (Paperback - May 24, 2007)

Book Description:
The portable dictionary that's everything you need to understand diabetes.
The Diabetes Dictionary contains easy-to-understand, concise entries that explain diabetes and diabetes-related terminology commonly used by physicians, endocrinologists, registered dietitians, and certified diabetes educators.
Never again will you have to waste time or risk embarrassment during appointments by asking for explanations of basic concepts. The Diabetes Dictionary explains each entry in short, simple language that can be understood by everyone.
You will no longer need a medical degree to understand diabetes. The Diabetes Dictionary has everything you need—and it’s pocket-sized for easy carrying!


10 Steps to Better Living with Diabetes
by Ginger Kanzer-Lewis (Paperback - May 21, 2007)

Book Description:
A real-life daily guide to help you with diabetes.
How do you manage your diabetes today? Many books discuss the ins and outs of diabetes medications, the need for weight control, and the ideal meal plan, but there is nothing for the you if you need information on the day-to-day basics of diabetes. 10 Steps to Better Living with Diabetes gives you the survival skills you need to master your disease in the real world, with chapters on building support networks, managing a social life, and tackling financial issues.
10 Steps to Better Living with Diabetes even devotes a chapter to “When Things Go Wrong”—or what to do when everything doesn’t work out quite the way one thought. Whether you suddenly catch the flu or just haven’t done everything you know you should, this chapter tells you what you need to do to get yourself back on track. No other book on diabetes promises real solutions to real problems like 10 Steps to Better Living with Diabetes.


Geriatric Diabetes
by Medha N. Munshi and Lewis A. Lipsitz (Hardcover - May 21, 2007)

Book Description:
The number of elderly patients with diabetes is increasing at a significant rate. Responding to this growth, this source serves as a solid arsenal of information on the varying presentations and challenges associated with diabetes in the geriatric patient, and supplies clearly written sections on the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes in elderly populations. With contributions from renowned authorities from the national and international institutions, this reference will depict the role of specific co-morbidities, socioeconomic aspects, and caregiver issues on the effective management of diabetes in the older adult.


Type II Diabetes (Cleveland Clinic Guides)
by S Sethu Reddy (Paperback - May 1, 2007)


Key words:
New Books, Diabetes, Diabetes Dictionary, Geriatric Diabetes, Type II Diabetes

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7 comments:

DeWayne McCulley (The Diabetes Coach) said...

The book "Death to Diabetes - The 6 Stages of Type 2 Diabetes Control and Reversal" (ISBN 0977360741) explains the author's diabetes experience, the real root causes of diabetes, and how to beat the disease and its complications – based on a 6-stage model and research from more than 250 clinical studies. The author almost died of a diabetic coma with a blood glucose level of 1337. For more details about this book, go to Amazon.com or www.deathtodiabetes.com.

DeWayne McCulley (The Diabetes Coach) said...

And, if you don't have time to read the book (400 pages), try the DVD: "Death to Diabetes -- The 10 Steps" at CustomFlix.com (http://www.customflix.com/Store/ShowEStore.jsp?id=215562)

Longevity Science said...

Thanks!
Here is the link to this book:
Death to Diabetes: The Six Stages of Type 2 Diabetes Control & Reversal
However, am I right that this is not exactly the new book, because it was published almost two years ago, on October 26, 2005?

Still, many thanks for important info!

Longevity Science said...

Also many thanks for your second comment regarding the DVD of your book.
Here is the the link to this DVD , just for convenience and benefit of other readers:
Death to Diabetes -- Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes in 10 Steps!
Hope it helps.
Do you plan to make the new updated edition of your book?

Anonymous said...

Dr Richard K Bernstein has a March 2007 update to his book, 'Diabetes Solution'.

http://www.amazon.com/Dr-Bernsteins-Diabetes-Solution-Achieving/dp/0316167169

Longevity Science said...

Thanks!
Here is a link to this book:
Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide to Achieving Normal Blood Sugars

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