A diabetes diagnosis can be frightening for many people. Like any disease, the uncertainty of one’s health going forward can weigh heavily on anyone’s mind. Although there are a few understood variables that come with
More than one in three U.S. adults have prediabetes, but most do not know it. If that sounds hard to believe, many people with the disease do not have any symptoms, making it hard to
Diabetes mellitus and prediabetes are the most common endocrine diseases in the United States, affecting more than 110 million Americans. That accounts for more than a third of the American population. But if you have
Diabetes is a big issue in the United States, affecting more than 30 million Americans or close to 10 percent of the population—including 2.8 million Texans—according to the American Diabetes Association (ADA). While most diabetics
Skipping diabetes education classes could be hazardous to your health. Patients with a new diabetes diagnosis are often referred to education classes to ease the transition into their new lifestyle. However many do not attend.
After an hour of yard work, you run inside for a drink and grab that bottle of flavored water. After all, you keep hearing that keeping hydrated during the summer is important—and water is the
It’s often said that everything is bigger and better in Texas, and most of the time, that’s a good thing. We’re proud of our wide-open skies, monstrous football stadiums and enormous Tex-Mex combo platters. On