Most people are aware of the two types of diabetes — type 1 and type 2. Type 1 is usually associated with a diagnosis during childhood or early adolescence, and type 2 is associated with
During the holidays, tempting sweets and snacks are everywhere you look. While a bite here and a bite there might seem okay, those mouthfuls can add up fast — particularly if you have diabetes. “People do a
If you suffer from digestive issues — and you’ve tried to resolve symptoms with over-the-counter medications, diet modifications and herbs — it might be time to look into prebiotics and probiotics. You’ve probably heard of probiotics in
If you have diabetes, regular foot exams are a critical part of staying healthy. Learn more about comprehensive foot exams with this infographic.
Key lifestyle habits can greatly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes. Contributing to a variety of health complications, including heart disease, kidney problems and stroke, type 2 diabetes has a critical impact on the
When the mind is hurting, the body may feel its pain. The strength of the link between mind and body means that if you’re anxious, depressed or stressed, your body may let you know things
Studies have shown that a cup of coffee can actually benefit you from certain cancers and minimize the effects of Parkinson’s disease, dementia, and type 2 diabetes. But like anything people love to indulge in,