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Could Your Type 2 Diabetes Be Misdiagnosed?

If you've been diagnosed of type 2 diabetes, read this. Many people are being diagnosed with the wrong type of diabetes.

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How Thyroid Disease and Diabetes Are Linked

Thyroid disease and diabetes can go hand in hand, so it’s important to understand the connection between these two endocrine conditions.

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Can Your Diabetes Diagnosis Help Others?

If one family member gets a diabetes diagnosis, it can lead to healthier lifestyle choices for your whole family, according to this study.

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Don't Let Hypothyroidism Lead To Diabetes

A thyroid condition raises your risk of type 2 diabetes. Learn how these conditions are related and what you can do to protect yourself.

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Are You at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes?

Are you one of the millions of people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes? Learn about the common signs and symptoms you should watch for.

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Type 1 vs. Type 2 Diabetes

Here's what you should know about the differences and similarites between type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

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The Good News About Prediabetes

If you've been diagnosed with prediabetes, don't give up hope. Lifestyle changes and medication may still help you delay or prevent diabetes.

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4 Lab Tests for a Diabetes Diagnosis

If you have symptoms that suggest you may have diabetes, these are the lab tests that can help confirm your diagnosis.

Why Hypoglycemia Is So Dangerous

Hypoglycemia can cause confusion, loss of balance, fainting, dizziness, and injuries from falls. Here’s what to know.

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Symptoms of Diabetes to Watch Out For

Type 2 diabetes usually develops gradually over many years, and the initial symptoms may be almost unnoticeable. As glucose levels increase, most people develop these classic initial symptoms.