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.
Have you ever considered whether your neighborhood and surroundings might be impacting your ability to manage your diabetes and maintain an optimal Hba1c?
If you have a chronic condition like arthritis or diabetes, an argument with your significant other can worsen your symptoms, according to a study conducted by researchers at Penn State.
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The best advice often comes from those who have been there, done that.
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If you are afraid of needles, you are not alone. More people have what is called needle phobia than have diabetes. At least 10 percent of us have needle phobia.
Living with diabetes isn’t just about managing a health condition. It often requires an entire change in your lifestyle.