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If you're trying to improve your A1C level, focus on these 10 specific areas, including nutrition and strategic blood sugar testing, to reach your goals.
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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.