There is a common misconception that a diet high in sugar can lead to developing type two diabetes. But a recent study is debunking that.
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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
When you come down with a nasty cold or experience aches and pains that you just can’t shake, you can count on your primary care physician to be there for you. But did you know
Prediabetes is a precursor to full-blown diabetes — a warning sign that something needs to change. At this early stage, a few simple lifestyle adjustments may help turn the tide and keep a dangerous disease
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 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
Natural disasters such as wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes seem to dominate the headlines and 24-hour news cycles these days. But if you’re a person living with diabetes and are caught in a disaster, managing
More than a million Americans will receive the unwelcome news this year that they are living with diabetes. A new diagnosis is no small thing, as it signifies the necessity of regular checkups, blood sugar
Some things many of us do daily for self-care may eventually become automatic, like preparing healthy meals, taking our vitamins and so on. But what happens when the list of things a person needs to
If you have diabetes, chances are you’ve already been told how important it is to control your blood sugar levels to avoid potential complications of the disease. If you have type 2 diabetes, managing your