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Eye Disease: An Avoidable Complication of Diabetes



(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Dr. Daniel M. Schwartz discusses the many ways diabetes can impact vision. The importance of good blood glucose and blood pressure control will be emphasized. New treatments and imaging methods for ocular diabetes will be reviewed. Recorded on 11/18/2014. Series: “UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public” [12/2014] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 28878]
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  1. Is this what causes EYE FLOATER ?
    ….is the collagen fibers in the Vitreous Humor breaking down for some type of imbalance in acidity ?

  2. My buddy advised this “amazing fivu com” (Google it) for my weight and diabetes. I`d been following rigid fitness and also diet program. I was able to reduce 35 points from my blood sugar levels after a day on the diet system. Right after 4 days, I lost 60 points from my blood sugar levels. It has been efficient for me. I am delighted that my blood glucose is better now…

  3. I think you are missing the "H" after the Op in Ophthalmology.

  4. I didn't watch the video all the way through, so maybe you covered this. i wonder if my unusual diet would help some of people's eye problems. For nine years I've been living about 92% on fluid milk products, cow milk and cow cream. In my case it helps with a difficult eye problem, I think because milk is more gentle, non-clogging and non-irritating to the cells than solid, mixed food. It might help other people with various problems as well. The diet might also help with diabetes, again, because milk is more gentle, non-clogging, and non-irritating.

  5. You see alot of customers everyday who want to pig out with foods that are deemed unhealthy. Unbeknownst to them; the amount of sugars and salts they consume contribute to inflammation of the retina as with the macular. You can look at one of the four grades of retinopathic damage in the eye and it's more than likely it could've ran in the family alot of the time because what they really have in mind by default is unhealthy habits for many, many years and as a consequence, a list of diseases and/or disorders come by at a certain age. They do understand inside the eye they're in pain – to an extent it causes greater pathways of such problems.

  6. Fantastic delivery of recent advances in diagnosis and treatment options for people who have diabetic retinopathy. Very important! You can have 20/20 and be on the verge of complete vision loss without a special retina exam. You need to tell your optothamologist if you have diabetes or metabolic disease "so that they know" to look for retina problems and whether to refer you to a specialist! patients can sandbag themselves by "not complaining" the examiner will not even look for the tell tale signs. The optothamologist will not examine the Whole retina.. they only look at a tiny tiny part of it normally.

  7. People with diabeties I had when 260lbs was obese a glutton ignorant didn't know what was in food I ate, and how I was hurting my self. My India Doctor sent me to nutritionist educated me. Changing what I ate to brown rice explained portions 8 glasses of water daily no red meat no hamburger no cold cuts no hotdogs no fried foods no pork didn't eat anyway. Only salmon two three times a week only 4 oz   some times small amount of breast chicken only. fruit veg mostly on plate Salad for lunch no iceberg no nutrients in 11 months was 145lbs. and my diabeties was gone in two months. No med. Now 67yr old ate well till 2014. was 145 to 150 lbs In one year of eating comprimings fried chicken and pizza and cheese less water less veg less fruit 175. In 2016 Changed way of eating  to all veg fruits water some brown rice beans nuts  my drop in weight is 163. I began walking  daily also 30 minuates or 40. Exercising weights three times a week.

  8. One hour and nineteen minutes of non-wasted time.  Good show…
    Thanks!!

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