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Thyroid Disease and Diabetes

Know the symptoms, treatment options, and risk factors for this condition-combo.

By Mary Shomon

Saying "No" for Your Health and Diabetes Management

By saying "no" to things that raise our blood glucose levels, stress us out, or undermine our self-care, we are saying "yes" to our health.

By Corinna Cornejo

Diabetic Pastry Chef Shares Her Best Dessert-Making Moves

Stacey aka The Diabetic Pastry Chef tastes desserts all day but she’s still impressing her doctor. Find out about her favorite sugar substitutes and flour mixes.

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 life, but it can also be a chance to stop, reflect, and start over with courage to face the road ahead.

By Corinna Cornejo

How I Adjusted 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

Significant Weight Loss Reverses Diabetes

Can you become non-diabetic with substantial weight loss? One study suggests you can.

By Gerri Miller

4 Things to Consider When Disclosing Diabetes at Work

Whether you’re newly diagnosed, new to the job, or starting a new treatment, you may want to think about disclosing your diabetes in your workplace.

By Corinna Cornejo

Is Your Neighborhood Diabetes-Friendly?

Your ability to manage your diabetes may be linked to the availability of healthy food and walking paths in your neighborhood, according to this study.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Are You Unintentionally Spiking Your Blood Sugar?

Learn to recognize the most common culprits (we’re looking at you, brown rice). You might be surprised by some hidden carbohydrates.

By Ginger Vieira