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Saturday June 27th 6:30 PM ET
The FMCSA has posted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, Qualifications of Drivers; Diabetes Standard, proposing to do away with the Diabetes Exemption Program. Although there are many drivers who feel this is a long overdue rule, others are concerned that the rule (the way it is written) would compromise the safety of the driver and the highways.
Dr Randolph Rosarion, certified medical examiner in the US DOT FMCSA National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME) and Elaine Papp, board certified occupational health nurse and founder of Health and Safety Works, LLC, will be our special guests as they discuss the complex and unseen details of insulin dependent Diabetes mellitus and how it relates to the NPR and the professional driver.
Qualifications of Drivers; Diabetes Standard Summary -
FMCSA proposes to permit drivers with stable, well-controlled insulin-treated diabetes mellitus (ITDM) to be qualified to operate commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) in interstate commerce. Currently, drivers with ITDM are prohibited from driving CMVs in interstate commerce unless they obtain an exemption from FMCSA.
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Salud Integral con el Dr. Pacheco trata el tema de la Diabetes Mellitus, con la participación especial del Dr. Heriberto Pacheco y la conducción de la Sra. Angélica Salomón.
1.- ¿Qué es la Diabetes Mellitus?
2.- ¿Cómo se comporta la insulina en el organismo?
3.- ¿Cuantos tipos de Diabetes Mellitus se conocen?
4.- ¿Cómo se realiza el diagnóstico de la Diabetes Mellitus?
5.- ¿Cuales son los síntomas más frecuentes de la Diabetes Mellitus?
6.- ¿Cuales son las complicaciones de la Diabetes Mellitus?
7.- ¿Cómo se puede realizar un buen control de la D?iabetes Mellitus?
8.- ¿Cuales son las recomendaciones generales para un buen control de la Diabetes Mellitus?
Tonight’s Diabetes Late Nite is inspired by the iconic musical group, The Isley Brothers.
Marvin Isley was the youngest member and bass guitarist of the Isley Brothers. Marvin remained a member until complications from his longtime battle with diabetes forced him into retirement in 1997. Having been diagnosed with diabetes in his early 20s, Isley's condition worsened to the point where he had to have both legs amputated.
A diabetes diagnosis can be scary, but ignoring it won’t make it go away. Learning to accept your diabetes takes time, energy and attitude. But once you learn how to accept your diabetes you can start to manage it and live better. The transition from denial to acceptance and all the stages in between varies for everyone.
Tonight Mr. Divabetic explores the process of ‘ACCEPTANCE’ with Dr. Beverly S. Adler PhD, CDE in the final installment of our series on the emotional side of living with diabetes. Additionally, ‘New York Times bestselling co-author, and former Senior Writer for People Magazine Mark Dagostino talks about his latest book ‘Ellie & Coach,' Professional Animal Trainer, Debby Kay, who specializes in scent detection work with dogs talks about the power of the human-animal connection along with Terri Seidman and Mama Rose Marie.
Throughout the podcast we will be playing selected songs from The Isley Brothers: The RCA Victor and T-Neck Album Masters (1959-1983), a monumental 23-disc box set collection chronicling the sonic evolution and abiding achievements of the unprecedented R&B ensemble courtesy of SONY MUSIC. This box set follows The Isley Brothers through their transformation from a 1950's doo-wop/gospel vocal group into the world's preeminent R&B rock 'n' soul powerhouse party band.
This week's broadcast will discuss Diabetes. Diabetes increases your risk for many serious health problems. The good news? With the correct treatment and recommended lifestyle changes, many people with diabetes are able to prevent or delay the onset of complications. - See more at: http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/complications.
#TeamChaplain Broadcast brings awareness to various causes that impact health, community and family. The team consists of:
Chaplain Jones - Faith and Fitness Specialist
Patrina Smalls - Author and Life Coach
Faye Hill - Social Media Strategist
Nancy Smaith - Healthcare Specialist
LaShanda Lewis - Life Coach Specialist
Crystal Bates - Tax Specialist
To be our guest contact us by visiting www.kgcmradio.com
In this episode, Bennet and Lorraine share their opinions on incenting children to care for their diabetes. We touched upon this briefly in Episode 68 with Mike Hoskins, referring to this article on the topic, but we take this opportunity to delve a little deeper.
We also share our favorite Diabetes Reads, and our new tradition of "two bits" likely of things that have nothing to do with diabetes!
We hope you'll listen in and give us your feedback. We so want to hear from you and know what you want to hear on future episodes! Let us know here or on facebook or Twitter and Twitter.
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes and pre-diabetes is soaring. Registered Nurse and Certified Diabetes Educator Mary Costa of Transform Your Diabetes Health gives you three simple strategies for controlling your blood sugar right away.
Diabetes is on the rise in dogs and cats, and Dr Ruth MacPete tells us what this means for pet parents. You will also meet a young lady, Sara Carson who has taught her dog Hero over 300 performing tricks and is touring North America, and Laura Roach from Camp Bow Wow gives us some training tips.
Richard Nelson from Forever Pet Care tells of his unique service that guarantees your dog or cat will be taken care of after your death.
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November is...American Diabetes Month!
Leave your drugs in the chemist's pot if you can cure the patient with food." -Hippocrates, 420 BC
You don't have to live with diabetes for the rest of your life. Slowly but surely the world is waking up to the reality that diabetes is not only a preventable but a reversible condition.
This one special plant extract is beginning to stand out from the crowd as being exceptionally valuable as an anti-diabetic agent.
You can make a complete turnaround with diabetes!
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