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Type 2 Diabetes and Mental Health Before Age 40

You may think that type 2 diabetes only affects older people. But more people are being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes before the age 40.

By Mary Shomon

How Is This My Fault?

When you live with what is referred to as a 'lifestyle disease' like type 2 diabetes, people often wonder if your condition is somehow your fault.

By Corinna Cornejo

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.

By Mary Shomon

Managing Diabetes During the Holidays

If you struggle to manage your diabetes during the holidays, here's how learning to say ‘no’ can help you prevent stress and blood sugar spikes.

By Corinna Cornejo

Diabetic Pastry Chef Shares Her Dessert Tips

In this Q&A with The Diabetic Pastry Chef, learn how Stacey Harris cooks — and eats — desserts all day while still managing her condition.

By Pamela Kaufman

Does the U.S. Need More Diabetes Specialists?

Diabetes care falls between primary care physicians and endocrinologists. Will we need more specialists as diabetes becomes more common?

By Patrick Chatfield

Every Season Is a New Beginning

The change of seasons can disrupt your diabetes routine, but it can also be a chance to stop, reflect, and start over with courage to face the road ahead.

By Corinna Cornejo

Adjusting to Dietary Changes with Diabetes

It was hard to change my lifelong eating habits after my type 2 diagnosis. Here are three things I struggle with, and how I get back on track after a slip-up.

By Phyllisa Deroze

Can You Reverse Diabetes With Weight Loss?

Significant weight loss may have the power to reverse diabetes altogether, according to this study.

By Gerri Miller

4 Tips For Disclosing Diabetes at Work

If you're thinking about disclosing your diabetes at work, consider these four things before you speak up.

By Corinna Cornejo