Columns by Dr. Michael Goldberg, D.M.D.
June 2014 — I Have Diabetes So I Can't Get Dental Implants
Managing blood glucose paves way for safe procedure
Apr. 2014 — Diabetes, Sleep, and Your Mouth
Connecting the dots between getting rest and oral care
Feb. 2014 — Top 10 Tooth Fairy Tales for People with Diabetes
Taking care of your gums and diabetes should be a priority
Dec. 2013 — I'm Really Upset and You Should Be Too
Oral care more than a risk factor for people with diabetes
Oct. 2013 — You Are HOW You Eat
A breakdown at any stage of digestion process can affect oral health
Aug. 2013 — When Choosing a Dentist, Should Insurance Be a Criteria?
One doctor's perspective on the health insurance industry
June 2013 — Talk to Your Dentist
2-way communication vital in effective oral care
April 2013 — 5 Foods That Can Help Your Diabetes and Your Mouth
How we chew also makes lasting impact on oral health
Feb. 2013 — Word of Mouth
Asking right questions first step to good diabetes, oral care
Roasted Chicken and Dumplings Bagel with Cream Cheese, Tomatoes and Capers Herbed Grit Cakes Garlic Pork with Tarragon Dip Yogurt-Cucumber Sauce Green Beans with Glazed Onions Roasted Beets with Orange Vinaigrette Mixed Grain Bread Peach Crisp Italian-Style Slow Cooked Turkey Soup
Oh boy. That's about all I have to say about the two days I've just had. I had been unable to get an in-range sugar for over 48 hours. Two full days. No sugars in the 80-150 sweet spot. Everything either elevated or too low. And it is making me bananas. Since 90% of the sugars have been out of range on the high side, I tried a few things to eliminate outside factors. I took an anti anxiety medication midway through the day yesterday when I realized my climbing sugars...