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Diabetes

7 Things You Should Know About Diabetic Foot Care

Diabetes can lead to complications[1] involving the feet, including peripheral neuropathic pain, diabetic foot ulcers, poor circulation, decreased sensation and increased callus formation. This can lead to skin breakdown and the formation of ulcers that can become infected and even lead to amputations. Proper diabetic foot care

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Common Misconceptions Pain Management
Blood Circulation

Top 10 Common Misconceptions On Pain Management

Chronic pain is a worldwide phenomenon that requires different treatment approaches for different patients. A number of common misconceptions about proper pain management exist. These can affect the efficacy of a pain management program. Therefore, debunk common misconceptions about pain management and read on to

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Myths About Diabetes Treatments
Diabetes

Top 10 Myths About Diabetes Treatments: Busted

Diabetes affects tens of millions of Americans, with hundreds of thousands of new cases diagnosed every year. And there are many different currently accepted treatments for diabetes. However, there are also many myths about diabetes treatments that can confuse patients. Therefore, debunk the top ten

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Diabetes

Always Ready to D’OXYVA, Never Have to Order

Circularity Healthcare’s Autopay-Autoship Program means your D’OXYVA supplies are always on-hand right-here, right-now. You already know that D’OXYVA’s daily continued application for at least 8 weeks has been proven to deliver greater results for your physical restoration and mental renewal for an enhanced overall quality

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Diabetes

The Next Big Thing in Diabetic Foot Pain Management

Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 is a severe, chronic medical condition that affects approximately 23.1 million[1] patients in the United States (9.4% of the US population). In addition, each year, 800,000 people will be newly diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetes can lead to the development of blindness, strokes, end

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Blood Circulation

Women’s blood vessels age faster than men’s: Study

New research shows for the first time that women’s blood vessels, both large and small arteries, age at a faster rate than men’s. The findings, published Wednesday in JAMA Cardiology, challenge the long-held belief that vascular disease and cardiovascular risk in women lags behind men

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Industry News

Is Active-Aging the New Frontier for Healthcare Technology?

The number of Americans over age 60 is predicted to double by 2060 – bringing the total retirement-age population to 98 million people. The swell in this patient demographic has several implications for care delivery methods and the allocation of healthcare funds. Elderly patients are more likely

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