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News and Announcements

2017 Chinese New Year Program – The Year of the Rooster

Join us on April 10th, 2017 for our Chinese New Year program! Starts at 5:30 PM Cost: $10 per person

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In Mississippi, Cost Barrier to Diabetes Control

See the recent article from The Clarion-Ledger featuring Dr. Woo and our clinic! Click on the image below to link to the article.

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Hollywood Stars 2015

Live, laugh, learn, be a star to your diabetes! This year’s Hollywood Starts was August 29, 2015, and as the pictures show, we all had a wonderful time!

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Seventh Annual Cherry Blossom Festival

Join us for our 7th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival! Date: April 28, 2012 Time: 8:00am till after lunch Location: Diabetes and Endocrine Institute Cost: $20 per person including lunch. Preregistration required. Registration limited to the first 120 paid registrants. Sakura Matsuri Hanami It is time again for our Cherry Blossom Festival (Sakura Matsuri Hanami)! After … Continue reading “Seventh Annual Cherry Blossom Festival”

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Woo Goes Extra Mile For Patients

by Martin Willoughby Published: Mississippi Business Journal, March 27,2011, Vol. 33, No. 13 For people in a service business, it is important to consider the perspective of the customer. It is not just about the service itself, it is also about the “experience” of the service. From first contact to final payment, your customers are … Continue reading “Woo Goes Extra Mile For Patients”

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Desserts for diabetics: Just in time for the holidays

Clarion Ledger 11:26 PM, Nov. 14, 2011, Written by Shanderia K. Posey Controlling blood sugar during the holidays may be a feat for some diabetics, but it doesn’t have to take extraordinary efforts. Dr. Wayne Woo, an endocrinologist and certified diabetes educator, says some diabetics deal with the holidays all wrong. “They think it’s a … Continue reading “Desserts for diabetics: Just in time for the holidays”

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Holiday Lifestyle or Lifestyle Holiday

>>Download PDF of Article Diabetics across the nation are preparing to live the holiday season, and there are life choices to be made. With holidays approaching, people get excited about taking breaks and spending time with loved ones.  Some feel the pressures of preparation.  If you have diabetes, you may have bigger decisions to make … Continue reading “Holiday Lifestyle or Lifestyle Holiday”

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Why Family Doctors Refer Patients to an Endocrinologist

Many Diabetics, Thyroid Patients and Others with Endocrine-Based Diseases and Conditions Don’t Really Know Their Disease or Treatment Options It is surprising in today’s world of advanced medicine that so many patients with diabetes, thyroid disease and other endocrine disorders don’t understand their disease or their treatment.  While a family physician or OB/GYN is knowledgeable … Continue reading “Why Family Doctors Refer Patients to an Endocrinologist”

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Beware: Law Enforcement Work Demands Could Contribute to Diabetes

According to Graham, such a program is on the way because the county has a new insurance carrier – Cigna – and a certain amount of money will go toward a wellness program and health fair. […] one program city employees and their families can immediately take advantage of is free fitness wellness classes held at the Jackson Police Department Training Academy Monday through Thursday.

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Doctor’s orders: Physician Takes Salt-free Mantra into own Hands, Creates Seasoning Sensation

Table salt (sodium chloride) is about 40 percent sodium, and doctors may recommend a low- or no-salt diet to patients with high blood pressure. The average American probably consumes seven times the amount of sodium needed daily – a number that may climb up to 10 times for some.

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