It is much easier for people to manage their diabetes when they have the support of their friends and family. Diabetes can be a difficult disease to handle alone and there are many things you can do to help someone you care about.
Living with diabetes doesn't mean you can't enjoy traveling. But making sure that you stay healthy and keep your glucose levels under control does require a bit of organization and planning.
If you are 45 years old or older, overweight, and inactive, you may have prediabetes. So what is prediabetes, anyway?
For children living with diabetes, overindulging on the delicacies of the holiday season could result in more than a stomach ache -- it could mean a trip to the emergency room.
Getting out of your daily routine is part of the fun of traveling -- but if you have diabetes, there's one routine you need to take with you: your care routine.
According to the American Diabetes Association, people living with diabetes should take a good look at their eye health. Learn about what you can do to help prevent vision problems.
What should a child or teen with diabetes do every day? To control diabetes and prevent complications, blood glucose levels must be as close to a "normal" range as safely possible.
Your blood pressure rises and falls during the day. But when it stays elevated over time, it's called high blood pressure. High blood pressure is dangerous because it makes the heart work too hard.