Help me cross the finish line
A personal note from Cosmo Mike Fraser on his mission to help raise money for the American Diabetes Association: Hi! I am... Read More
Another View Live: Blood Sugar Rising
FROM OUR FRIENDS @ WHRO: https://whro.org/radio/7131-another-view-live-blood-sugar Another View Live: Blood Sugar Rising Thursday, March 19 (Arrive by 11 a.m.) Strelitz Diabetes Center... Read More
Diabetes diet: Create your healthy-eating plan Your diabetes diet is simply a healthy-eating plan that will help you control your blood sugar.... Read More
Traveling with diabetes?
Helpful tips when traveling. #norfolkcosmo #diabetessucks #diabetes https://www.healthination.com/health/traveling-with-diabetes-tips?utm_source=diabetesdaily&utm_medium=partner&utm_campaign=fb_partner&utm_content=Traveling%20with%20Diabetes:%2012%20Tips%20to%20Keep%20You%20Healthy,%20Safe,%20and%20Blood%20Sugar%20Steady
PTSD treatment may help lower diabetes
Meaningful PTSD symptom decrease may lower type 2 diabetes risk Research finds treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) that leads to an... Read More
Why Alphabet, Amazon and Apple are all working on diabetes tech
From Christina Farr & Erin Black @ cnbc.com: Key Points The largest technology companies are all honing in on diabetes technology as... Read More
Norfolk Cosmo Club Awarded “Top Club” in North America
Did you know? The Cosmopolitan Club of Norfolk was awarded the “Medal of Merit Award” which is recognition for being the top... Read More
Insurance Gaps Costly For Those With Type 1 Diabetes
According to an article by U.S. News, those who suffer from type 1 diabetes and have private insurance experience more gaps in... Read More
Norfolk Cosmopolitan Foundation Votes to Support Local Charities
The Club’s Foundation has voted unanimously to support through financial means these charities for FY 2017-18: Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters... Read More
Tips For The Traveler With Diabetes
A recent article from professional packer, Kerri Sparling, on asweetlife.org, offers some great tips for who suffer with diabetes and are planning... Read More
Contacts That Reduce The Blindness Caused By Diabetes
Those that have lived with type 1 or 2 diabetes for a long period of time probably have experienced effects to the... Read More
Can A Healthy Weight For Your Child Prevent Diabetes?
According to a recent study at the University of Copenhagen, children who are overweight and reach a healthy weight by the age... Read More
Diabetes Is The Fastest Growing Disease In The US
Did you know that diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease in the United States? According to a study conducted by the... Read More
Join Us In The Fight Against Diabetes!
Often times we get asked, “What is the Cosmopolitan Club of Norfolk?” And that question is followed up with, “Well, what do... Read More
Could Gene Therapy Cure Diabetes?
In a recent article by the Los Angeles Times, researchers have shown that a single infusion of a virus containing two handpicked... Read More
New Diabetes Drug Providing Weight Loss
A Danish drug maker, Novo Nordisk, just had a diabetes medicine approved in the US and it’s particularly interesting not only for... Read More
Insulin Implant For Type-1 Diabetes
According to a report from NPR, there may be a huge breakthrough in the treatment of type-1 diabetes. Scientists in California think... Read More
The Future In The Fight Against Diabetes Is Bright!
With new medical breakthroughs every day, the future is bright when it comes to the fight against diabetes. One of the reasons... Read More
Scientists May Have A Cure For Type 1 Diabetes
According to a recent article by Engadget, scientists at ViaCyte, a regenerative medicine company, may have discovered a functional cure for type... Read More
Can Alcohol Lower Your Risk Of Diabetes?
An article published on WebMD highlights a recent study by Danish researchers who contend that people who drink alcohol moderately, like a... Read More
Broccoli Could Help Cut Glucose Levels
According to an article from NewAtlas.com, researchers in Sweden have found that a compound in broccoli, called sulforaphane, could help those with... Read More