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If you have diabetes, you have double the risk of getting a serious form of gum disease known as periodontitis. Here’s what you should know.
Gastroparesis, or “paralyzed stomach,” occurs when a person’s stomach takes too long to empty into the small intestine. Here’s how to find relief.
Chronic wounds treated with weekly debridement — the removal of dead tissue by a doctor — heal three to four times faster.
Heart disease in women is often underdiagnosed and undertreated. Learn why heart attacks differ between women and men.
Living with diabetes can put you at greater risk for falls. Learn some of the reasons diabetes makes you more prone to falling and how to protect yourself.
Keep yourself—and others—safe on the road by getting regular eye exams to detect age-related vision changes.
Diabetes can take a toll on your cognitive health. Here’s what you need to know.
Foot care is essential if you have diabetes. Here are seven tips for avoiding serious foot complications.
A wound on your foot or leg that doesn’t heal can turn into a deep sore that quickly becomes infected. Here’s what you can do to prevent that from happening.
For those who are following a carb-counting diet, test your knowledge of Halloween treats!