Living with diabetes is not easy. Here are five questions you can ask your health care team to help you learn how to manage your diabetes and live a long, healthy life.
Teens with diabetes and their families often face unique challenges. Bad feelings are normal every now and then. But in order to feel better, teens need to learn to take charge of their diabetes - and families can help.
Whether you are a person with diabetes or a family member or friend, you can prepare a meal that is healthy and tastes great.
A healthy diet doesn't have to be expensive. Start by planning meals and making a grocery list ahead of time to take charge of what you eat. Follow these tips while grocery shopping to help you and your entire family make healthy food choices.
Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, what, when, and how much you eat all affect your blood glucose.
As any travel agent or stranded tourist will tell you, planning ahead is the key to a successful trip. And this is particularly true for people with diabetes.
People diagnosed with type 2 diabetes often resist taking insulin because they fear gaining weight, developing low blood sugar and seeing their quality of life decline. A study recently completed suggests that those fears are largely unfounded.
Exercise, dietary changes and medication have long been the cornerstones of managing type 2 diabetes. But few studies examine how exercise actually benefits these patients. Until Now..