By 2030, at least 550 million people will have diabetes- approximately 10% of the world's adult population.

- International Diabetes Federation, 2011

Diabetes kills more people annually than breast cancer and AIDS combined.

- American Diabetes Association, 2009

60-70% of those with diabetes will develop peripheral neuropathy, or lose sensation in their feet.

- Dyck et al. Diabetic Neuropathy 1999

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    A Call to Arms for Feet: IWGDF and IDF lay out renewed initiative to combat diabetic foot disease in Lancet paper

    August 21, 2015

    Renewed Call to Better Treat Diabetic Foot Disease Worldwide Pam Harrison August 18, 2015   1 comment Print Email   EDITORS' RECOMMENDATIONS Hyperbaric Oxygen for Diabetic Foot Ulcer: Useless or Useful? Progress Stalled in Diabetic Foot Ulcers; Major Unmet Need Diabetic Foot: A Cinderella Condition, Needs Team Approach   RELATED DRUGS & DISEASES Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Diabetic Lumbosacral Plexopathy Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus     Diabetic foot disease is not a one-doctor disease, and the most important challenge facing healthcare systems today…

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    For fat loss, low-fat diets beat low-carb diets handily, new research finds

    August 17, 2015

    It is a central dogma of the low-carb lifestyle: that while avoiding carbohydrates will force the human body into fat-burning mode, any diet that fails to suppress insulin will trap body fat in place and thwart a dieter’s hope of shifting to a leaner, healthier body type. Source: For fat loss, low-fat diets beat low-carb diets handily, new research finds

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