People with severe mental health conditions, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, are more than twice as likely as those without mental health issues to develop type 2 diabetes, report researchers at the University of California.
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Health insurance is a necessity for people with type 1 diabetes or any other chronic conditions. Learn how health care reform has changed the landscape for people needing consistent treatment for diabetes.
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Doctors make mistakes. Doctors don’t always know everything. Doctors are human, too.
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If your daily walk hasn’t helped you lose weight or manage your blood-sugar levels, it may be time to switch to a new exercise regimen.
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.
Intermittent fasting may be good for weight loss but it can be risky for people with diabetes. Learn how to navigate this new diet trend.