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Lifestyle Changes to Make When Diagnosed with Diabetes

Diabetes has affected more lives than people can imagine. While it is an unintended consequence of practically everyone’s everyday existence, the figures are staggering.
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Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes

Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are both chronic diseases that affect the way your body regulates blood sugar and glucose. Both type 1
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10 Signs That Indicate You Are at Risk for Diabetes

Diabetes is a medical condition that is a result of insulin resistance or the inability to create insulin. Blood sugar, or blood glucose levels

Traveling Tips For Diabetics

As the vaccines roll out and the world starts to open up many people have travel on the brain. While it’s always a new

3 Diabetic Recipes In 30 Minutes Or Less

Making meals that are diabetic-friendly can be delicious enough for all to enjoy and the best part is, they don’t have to take up
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Healthy Supplements For Diabetes

While letting your food provide you with all your essential vitamins and minerals is always best, more and more people are adding additional supplements

Diabetes-Friendly Desserts For Your Sweet Tooth

Who doesn’t LOVE sweets? We know we sure do! With two holidays centered around candy and sweets coming up, we thought you’d like to

Diabetes and Your Kidneys

How do diabetes and your kidneys relate to one another? About 1 out of every 3 adults living with diabetes will develop diabetic kidney

How to Treat a Hypoglycemic Episode

Hypoglycemia symptoms come on swiftly when the level of glucose in your blood drops below the normal range. For most people with diabetes, that

What You Need To Know About Poor Circulation and Diabetes

One of the most common symptoms of diabetes is decreased blood flow, which can present itself through feelings of numbness in your hands and

Everything You Need To Know About Diabetic Foot Exams

Diabetic Foot Exams Living with diabetes means you are susceptible to a higher rate of certain health risks. This is especially true when it

Can Dogs Help Your Diabetes

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SERVICE DOGS FOR DIABETICS Dogs — they’re man’s best friend. You can train them for a number of