Living with diabetes puts you at an increased risk for developing heart disease and stroke. But there’s hope. People with diabetes can learn to manage their diabetes – and cut their risk for heart attack and stroke by more than half.
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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.
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Put some zest into the spring season with this colorful, easy to prepare dish! It features the great taste of mangoes along with the wonderful benefits of turkey and broccoli.
We hear about vegetables’ importance to health all the time, but many children and adolescents still don’t eat even one serving a day.
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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.
Researchers say that medication education is a key factor in helping patients with diabetes better stick to their drug treatments plans.
A child’s taste preferences begin at home and most often involve salt, sugar and fat. And, researchers say, young kids learn quickly what brands deliver the goods.
Researchers say people should establish new traditions to increase happiness and avoid wintertime woes. Instead of resolving to make drastic new year changes, establish healthy traditions for the winter months.
Whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes, what, when, and how much you eat all affect your blood glucose.
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