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Susan Lark, MD, an eminent authority on clinical nutrition and preventive medicine, is now a featured expert on, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of blood sugar and diabetes-related concerns and solutions.

Potomac, MD (Vocus) July 6, 2009 -- Susan Lark, MD, an eminent authority on clinical nutrition and preventive medicine, is now a featured expert on, a new informational Web site devoted to all aspects of blood sugar and diabetes-related concerns and solutions.

On, you can find many of Dr. Lark's recommendations and advice on a wide variety of blood sugar-related topics, including general diabetes information, juvenile diabetes, circulation, diabetic complications, exercise and diabetes, glucose management, neuropathy, nutrition and diabetes, pre-diabetes or insulin resistance, vision concerns, and weight loss. As with all information and advice found on, Dr. Lark's content delivers effective answers to targeted blood sugar-related questions, as well as offering a plan of action to help balance blood sugar levels, maintain insulin sensitivity, and enjoy lasting health.

Dr. Lark is a distinguished clinician, author, lecturer, and innovative product developer. A graduate of Northwestern University Medical School, she served on the clinical faculty of Stanford University Medical School from 1981-1983, and taught in Stanford's Primary Care Associate Program in the Division of Family and Community Medicine from 1991-2002. Through her 30 years of clinical experience, Dr. Lark has pioneered the use of self-care treatments such as diet, nutrition, exercise, and stress management techniques in the field of women's health, and has lectured extensively throughout the United States on topics in preventive medicine.

Dr. Lark's mission is to provide women with unique, safe and effective complementary therapies to greatly enhance their health and well-being. It is this mission she brings to her monthly newsletter Women's Wellness Today, as well as her 13+ books, including her ground-breaking therapies in a nine-book series that includes the Premenstrual Syndrome Self Help Book, the Menopause Self Help Book and Anxiety and Stress, among others. She also co-authored The Chemistry of Success: Six Secrets of Peak Performance and Hormone Revolution. You can subscribe to Women's Wellness Today, download free reports, and subscribe to Dr. Lark's free eLetter online at

Dr. Lark has also created the Daily Balance line of nutritional supplements, foods, skin care, and other products specifically designed to help women strengthen and support their overall health. Daily Balance products can be found online at and

To read Dr. Lark's advice on blood sugar and diabetes-related concerns, visit one of the informational health Web sites in the Healthy Living Network. While there, you can also sign up for a free eLetter to receive the best blood sugar and diabetes health advice from Dr. Lark and other medical experts.

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